Scholarships & Assistantships
Undergraduate scholarships and graduate assistantships and fellowships for students in the Glenn Korff School of Music result from two large categories of consideration:
- academic achievement
- the excellence of the audition.
Graduate students: Students will be considered for, and notified about, graduate assistantships and fellowships after all on-campus auditions have been completed.
Undergraduates: Please be reminded that you must audition for the faculty to be accepted as a major in music or dance. Anyone who completes a successful audition is automatically considered for a music or dance scholarship. Further, students will be considered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Admissions Office automatically for any academic scholarships for which they may be eligible from the university. Students will be considered for, and notified about, audition scholarship awards from the Glenn Korff School of Music after all on-campus auditions have been completed.
- The Glenn Korff School of Music provides undergraduate scholarship support only to majors.
- You may audition in more than one area, but you must choose one area for your major for scholarship consideration.
- If you audition for acceptance as an undergraduate composition major, you will also need to audition in one of the performance areas.
Glenn Korff Distinguished Undergraduate and Graduate Artist/Scholar Awards
The Glenn Korff Distinguished Undergraduate and Graduate Artist/Scholar Awards are intended to recognize and reward excellence in performance and/or scholarship in the Glenn Korff School of Music.
2014-15 – Trevor Magness
2015-16 – Hattie Bestul
2016-17 – Hannah Bell
2017-18 – Kennedy Rolfes
2018-19 - Alyssa Pracht
2014-15 – Janka Krajciova
2015-16 – Nicaulis Alliey
2016-17 – Dimitra Kokkinopoulou
2017-18 – Andrew Janak
2018-19 - Louis Claussen