Student Forms and Information
New and current students, this is your resource for information about recitals, room reservations, rentals, forms, juries, and more. Use the links on the right to navigate quickly to the appropriate part of the page, or click one of the Quick Link buttons for frequently accessed materials.
- All recitals require a Recital Request Form. This form must be submitted at least 30 days out from the requested recital date and must be submitted by the 4th week of classes. Recital requests submitted less than 4 weeks out will require approval from the Director of the School of Music.
- For all Recital Requests that require approval from the Director of the School of
- Please send an email requesting approval to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please include an explanation for why you are requesting the director's approval and why your request is necessary.
- Please fully review the form before submitting your request.
- For Joint Student Recitals, each student must submit their own Recital Request Form.
- Please check the Performance and Rehearsal Calendar for availability when choosing your recital date. Please keep in mind that this calendar is updated frequently and events are scheduled on a first come, first served basis. Submitting a recital request form DOES NOT guarantee you a recital date, time or venue until the Music Office has approved it and it has been placed on the Performance and Rehearsal Calendar.
- No recitals will be held during clear week or final’s week without consent of the Director of the School of Music.
- Please check with Ron Brooks in the Vault to discuss date and venue possibilities, as well as options for your dress rehearsal.
Fall 2017 Recital Request Deadline: Friday, September 15, 2017
Spring 2018 Recital Request Deadline: Friday, February 2, 2018
- All Student Recital Requests must be submitted by the 4th week of classes and must be a minimum of 30 days out from your requested recital date. No late Student Recital Requests will be accepted without consent from the School of Music director.
- 3 weeks out from your recital date: Program materials are due. You will be responsible for formatting your own program if materials are late. (See the Programs tab for more information.)
- 1-2 weeks out from recital date: Return reviewed/corrected recital program to the Music Office for printing.
- No recitals will be held during clear week or finals week without consent of the Director of the School of Music.
Recitals may be scheduled through the Music Office by submitting a Recital Request Form with the appropriate signatures. See Jennifer Knock regarding scheduling procedures. The following venues are commonly used for recitals.
Foundation Hall: Undergraduate Brass and Percussion have Foundation Hall reserved on Tuesdays at 4:40 for their recitals; however, students may elect to use and off campus venue. This hall is available for other recitals/rehearsals at the appropriate times.
Milne Auditorium: Milne is reserved for MUS 100 classes and Undergraduate recitals at 4:40pm as follows: Monday – Woodwinds, Tuesday – Voice, Wednesday – Strings, Thursday – Piano. Graduate recitals may be scheduled at 6:15 and Faculty recitals are held at 8:00. Sundays are typically reserved for dress rehearsals after 12:00pm.
Off-Campus Venues: Several area churches allow our students to use their facilities for recitals. Information about those venues is found in the School of Music Office, Room 108View Off Campus Recital Information
The Music Office will format all recital programs as long as the program information is submitted at least 3 weeks out from the recital date. Students may elect to format their own program using the program template provided below.
Students must format any program information submitted less than 3 weeks out from the recital date by using the Student Recital Template found below.
To submit program information to the Music Office, please click on the Submit Recital Program Info link below that is relevant to your performance area. This link will take you directly to the form where you can input your information.
A formatted copy of the program will be given to your advisor to review with you and make any corrections. Accuracy is the responsibility of the student and the advisor. Corrections must be submitted at least 1 week prior to the recital. There will not be any reprints after the approval to print has been given.
Please contact the school of music at email@example.com with any questions, additional formatting requests, or for additional information.
Attention All Voice Majors: Please send your Recital Program materials directly to Belle Weathers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please follow the program guidelines as set by the voice area. Your program materials are still due a minimum of 3 weeks out from your recital date.
Student Recital Template: Students that format their own program must use the template below and will need to have their program approved by their advisor and the Music Office prior to their recital. Students will be responsible for printing their own programs and must submit at least 8 copies of the approved program to the Music Office prior to the recital date.Student Recital Template
Please visit the Office of the Registrar to view forms.
SOM Advising Process, step-by-step
- Meet with your assigned faculty advisor. You can find your assigned advisor on DegreeWorks
- Undergraduates while meeting with your faculty advisor, fill out our Digital Advising Form – your faculty advisor has the link
- Use your four-year plan to ensure you are selecting courses accurately
- Unless otherwise instructed, if you are an UG student – fill out our digital advising form with your faculty member PRIOR to scheduling with Katie Runkel. If your advisor is on a sabbatical or leave, skip this step and meet with your academic advisor immediately.
- If you’re a Senior, or about to Student Teach, you can skip this step and schedule directly with your Academic Advisor.
- Set up an advising appointment by selecting "Schedule Your Academic Advising Appointment" above
- Fall, advising appointments begin in early October
- Spring appointments begin in late February/early March
- Meet with your designated Academic Advisor.
- All undergrads, seeking music majors, and music minors are assigned to Katie Runkel.
- All graduate students can make an appointment with either Katie Runkel, or Dr. Carissa Reddick, the Graduate Coordinator
- Registering for your next semester is based on how many credits you have completed. Find this number by subtracting your current semester from your total achieved on DegreeWorks. Check the Registrar website here to view your specific date: Registration Pre-Schedule
- If you are a Double Major, you still MUST meet with the music area to receive your PIN.