The Cline School of Music: Scholarship and Audition Information
Scholarship Audition Dates
North Greenville University offers professional degrees within a strong liberal arts setting in music, church music, performance, and music education. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of auditions and are renewable each semester depending on satisfactory academic and music progress.
The Jeff Cranfill Scholarship is for North Greenville University music education majors whose primary instrument is a band or orchestral instrument, though instrumental proficiency is not the emphasis with this scholarship. The scholarship is to be awarded annually. The same student may receive the scholarship multiple times - provided they are the best candidate. It is not automatically awarded to the same person each year.
Click here for a PDF of the The Jeff Cranfill Scholarship application.
The audition is an opportunity to display your talent, ask questions about North Greenville's Music program, and meet the faculty. It is required that all prospective music majors audition for acceptance into the Cline School of Music. It is asked that students seeking music scholarships submit a letter of recommendation from their music teacher to the Chair of the College of Fine Arts prior to the audition. You should arrange your audition by completing the attached audition application form and returning it to Administrative Assistant of the College of Fine Arts at least one week prior to the requested audition date. Students are encouraged to bring their own accompanist; one will be supplied if requested. The School of Music will inform you of the results of your audition as promptly as possible.
A vocal coaching session is available with NGU voice faculty for anyone interested in pursuing a vocal music degree. Please contact the vocal department coordinator, Dr. Cheryl Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audition RequirementsAuditionees should be prepared to:
Piano: (memorization required)
Brass, Woodwinds, Strings:
Students with no organ background:
1. Play major and minor scales.
Students with prior organ background:
If you would like North Greenville University to provide an accompanist, please send a copy of the score at least two weeks before the date of the audition.