At North Park 98% of our students receive financial aid they do not pay back. Music scholarships may be combined with other aid. Explore more scholarship options here. Music scholarships are available to all incoming first-year and transfer students, regardless of major. Music participants (non-music majors) may be awarded up to $4,000 per year and music majors may be awarded up to $8,000 per year.
Choose an option that best describes your interest in music.
Double majors with music are easy to pursue at North Park. Some popular combinations include:
Music and Art
Music and Business
Music and Christian Ministries Studies
Music and Communication Arts
Music and Education
Music and English
Music and History
Music and Modern Language
Music and Nursing and Health Sciences
Music and Philosophy
Music and Politics and Government
Music and Psychology
Music and Sociology
Music and STEM
Auditions are required, and you’ll also be considered for a scholarship of up to $8,000 per year.
- February 24: on campus
- March 1: electronic submissions due
- Individual appointments available upon request through May 1.
Requirements for Music Scholarship Recipients
- Enrolled full-time (12 credit hours or more)
- Maintain a 2.0 GPA overall
- Recommended for renewal by music faculty
- Enroll in applied music lessons and designated music ensemble(s)
If you have questions on anything from the application and audition process to virtual auditions and timelines, please contact Krystal Miranda at email@example.com.
*Music scholarship awards may be combined with other gift aid such as academic scholarships, grants, etc., however, total gift aid, including federal and state aid, may not exceed the cost of tuition at North Park University.