Important Music Info
Welcome to the School of Music's special information page.
Please see our audition requirements for those looking to apply to our degree programs. The certificate programs do not require an audition but are intended to help you successfully prepare for the world of work and perhaps audition, enter and complete one of our degree programs.
Tutoring is provided to all of our students here at SUNY Schenectady. Currently we have unlimited tutoring with SUNY Schenectady tutors virtually, through Upswing. Learn how to access online tutoring.
Student Success Center
SUNY Schenectady Foundation scholarships are available to current and new students. The scholarship application is currently open. Current student deadline is March 22. New student deadline is May 31. Questions? Email Leanna Liuzzi.
- School of Music Viewbook
- Prospective students looking to apply to SUNY Schenectady can apply online or fill out a paper application.
- Financial Aid
- Virtual Tour
CRRSAA Act (formerly the CARES Act)
SUNY Schenectady has received $2,266,692 from the U.S. Department of Education through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and $5,230,881 Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA). A minimum of $2,266,692 shall be distributed to eligible students who incurred emergency expenses due to coronavirus.
More information about the CRRSAA Act can be found on the COVID-19 webpage.