For graduate students, please see the bottom of this page.
Come visit us! Scheduing a tour is the first step in arranging a visit that might include attending classes or rehearsals, receiving a short sample lesson, or eating a meal with current students. To schedule a tour, please fill out our Music Department Tour form.
Application to the Department of Music is a two-step process: the applicant must apply to the University of Connecticut and audition for the Music Department on one of our audition days. To apply to the University of Connecticut, please click the “Apply Now” button to the right of this page. It is best to file an application with the University before coming to audition. Please see our audition requirements.
For any questions regarding your application, please contact Elizabeth Foody, Admissions Coordinator for the School of Fine Arts.
Undergraduate Audition Dates
Thursday, August 23rd, 2018*
*This audition day is for matriculated students.
You must be an incoming freshman or current student to sign-up.
Graduate Applications and Auditions
All graduate applicants in music must submit a completed application online to the Graduate School of the University of Connecticut. Other information and materials are required by the Department of Music depending upon the particular degree sought by the applicant. Please see http://music.uconn.edu/graduate-handbook/admissions/ for complete information about all graduate programs and their requirements.
For audition requirements, please go to Audition Requirements. Please note that if, after review of your completed application, the Admissions Committee for your intended program decides to invite you to audition, you will be contacted by the faculty member chairing that committee to arrange an individual audition time. If you are invited to audition, the live audition is a requirement for admission, even for international students. The general audition dates that appear on the website audition page are for applicants at the *undergraduate* level, not the graduate level. The one exception to this procedure is the Voice area, which does allow graduate applicants to schedule auditions, subject to availability, on the undergraduate audition days. For Voice, see the Vocal Studies page.