Scholarships are available to all music majors. In addition to music scholarships, there are many other types of financial aid available to students. The Office of Financial Aid is an excellent place to start in your search for additional scholarships and financial aid.
Students from Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee are eligible to receive in-state tuition. VSU believes college education should be accessible for all, which is why we offer undergraduate in-state tuition rates to all our neighboring states. Visit the Office of Admissions for more information.
Music Scholarship Alliance: Financial assistance for all music majors
The Ellene Dorminy Music Scholarship: Substantial financial assistance for all music majors
The Kay M. Jennett Endowed Scholarship: For instrumental music majors, State residency not required
The Jerry Jennett Choir Endowed Scholarship: For male voice majors
The Lucy Martin Stewart Scholarship: Substantial scholarship for voice majors, Students must be Georgia residents to be eligible
The Robert F. Barr Music Scholarship: Financial assistance for wind, percussion or strings majors
The Myrtis A. Howell Music Scholarship For music majors in piano or voice
The Fred and Waunee Walker Scholarship For music majors in the Jazz program at VSU
The Ingram Music Scholarship For music majors
Marching Band and Pep Band Stipends: For more information e-mail the band office.
Orchestra Scholarships: Awardees are required to perform in the Valdosta Symphony Orchestra