Financial Aid - Undergraduate

Program cost (refer to Fine and Applied Arts rate)

Undergraduate students are eligible for three types of financial aid.

School of Music Merit-Based Scholarships: All undergraduate applicants (who apply as a music major as their primary major to the University of Illinois) are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships from the School of Music. These awards are made at the recommendation of faculty and are based on the applicant's audition and application. Scholarships range from several hundred dollars up to full tuition. The School of Music merit-based scholarship are applied to the cost of tuition and do not cover fees, room, or board.

University of Illinois Academic Scholarships: Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Need-based aid: contact the Office of Student Financial Aid for information, and be sure to complete the FAFSA.

*Undergraduate Violin Scholarships: CLICK HERE to find out more about our $5,000 minimum guaranteed scholarship