Brevard Music Center offers scholarship support according to a student's audition and demonstrated financial need, and program need. In 2017 over 70% of Brevard students received support from the Music Center.
Students are encouraged to seek financial assistance from outside sources. Schools, music clubs and organizations, youth orchestras and bands, service clubs (e.g., Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.), businesses, and foundations may be willing to help. Be professional and creative, and start planning early.
Visit this website for a comprehensive list of organizations that provide scholarships for musicians.
Students apply for Brevard's scholarships online, as part of the regular application process. Applying for scholarship support requires disclosure of certain financial information and a detailed statement of need.
Merit awards are determined by the audition for admission. Many students receive a combination of merit awards and need-based aid.
Need-based scholarship support is awarded as work study. Work study students complete from 2 to 8 hours of assigned duties per week, depending upon the amount of the award. Students may work as library, administrative, or technical assistants, or as ushers. Various other activities are available according to qualifications.
itch ensemble work study: Brevard's new music ensemble, itch, is comprised of instrumentalists in the College Division who have demonstrated ability and interest in the performance of new music. The ensemble performs music written by students in the Composition program while in attendance at Brevard. Interested applicants must submit additional information for consideration within the scholarship portion of the online application.