Scholar’s App

Music scholarships

These are all open scholarships for students looking to study something related to Music. Select other major

  • Adam Goodier Memorial Music Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to graduating seniors from **Stonewall Jackson High School** who have demonstrated a **sustained interest in music** and shown a responsible attitude towards academics.
  • Carolyn M. Harris HBCU Scholarship Award
    This scholarship will be awarded to incoming freshmen at HBCUs who are members of musical ensembles or who major in education .
  • Morganton Service League Endowed Scholarship*
    This scholarship assists students in meeting educational expenses incurred while pursuing their academic goals at Western Piedmont Community College.
  • Nathan L. Anderson Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc
    This scholarship will be awarded to minority students (from African-American, Latino/Hispanic, and Native American populations), who are pursuing undergraduate training in Computer Science, Aviation, Nursing and Music.
  • New Theatre Guild Scholarship
    This scholarship is open to undergraduate or graduate students at the **University of Kansas, the University of Central Missouri and the University of Missouri - Kansas City**. Applicants must be pursuing education related to the **theatrical arts industry**.
  • Oxford Scholarship for the Arts
    This scholarship will be awarded to students enrolled in curriculum programs related to performing or visual arts at Western Piedmont Community College.
  • Robert F. Barr Scholarship
    This scholarship is awarded to **VSU** students who are promising **instrumentalists and music education** majors.
  • Roseberry and Eileen E. Roseberry Scholarship Fund for Music Studies at Kansas State
    The R. E. (Rosey) Roseberry and Eileen E. Roseberry Scholarship Fund for Music Students at Kansas State University provides scholarships to graduates of Unified School Districts 287, 288, 289 or 290 who are admitted to the Department of Music at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas.
  • Woody Guthrie Fellowship
    This annual research program, established in 2005 by the BMI Foundation, in cooperation with the Woody Guthrie Center, is open to scholars pursuing topics or themes related to American folk music progenitor Woody Guthrie. In order to be eligible for the Woody Guthrie Fellowship, all applicants must have a project-based research topic that: * leads to the creation of an original scholarly publication or product (i.e. book, article, etc.). * is sufficiently extensive as to require a suggested minimum of two weeks of research at the Woody Guthrie Archives located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.