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  • Frank Kinnan Scholarship in Music

    Established February 6, 1987, by his family and friends. Income is awarded to outstanding students in the School of Music who anticipate careers as public school music teachers and play a woodwind as their major instrument. Recipients will be selected by the established procedures within the School of Music, with final approval by the director of the School of Music and the dean of the College of The Arts in cooperation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid.

  • Dr. Paul E. and Anne C. Droste Music Education Scholarship Fund

    Established November 4, 2005, by the Drostes through The Foundation. Distribution provides aid to music education majors who have graduated from a Columbus Public High School. Unused distribution is reinvested to principal. Scholarship recipients will be selected by the head of Music Education as recommended by the director of the School of Music in consultation with the Office of Student Financial Aid.

  • The Marjorie R. and Charles H. Hoover Memorial Scholarship in Vocal Music

    Established April 6, 1979, from their estates. The annual income is to be used to provide one or more scholarships for students of vocal music in the School of Music who have demonstrated a need for financial assistance. The selection of the recipient is to be made upon the recommendation of the Director of the School of Music in cooperation with the Dean of the College of The Arts.

  • Kathryn Orsborn Kline Music Education Endowment Fund

    Established November 7, 2008 with gifts from Benjamin Kline; used to provide a scholarship to a first-year student who is enrolled in the School of Music, plans on majoring in music education or music performance, demonstrates financial need, and graduated from a public high school in Morrow County, Ohio with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

  • Music, Theatre and Arts Facilities Fund

    Supports new construction and renovation in the School of Music, Department of Theatre and other arts facilities in the College of Arts and Sciences.

  • The David C. and Carrie A. Keller Scholarship Fund in Music

    Annually $2,000 shall be awarded to provide talent-based merit awards to assist in the recruitment and retention of top-tier students for the School of Music. These awards will be distributed and renewed at the discretion of the director of the School of Music in consultation with the University’s Office of Student Financial Aid. This scholarship is renewable at the discretion of the director of the School of Music, provided that the recipient maintains a minimum level of satisfactory academic progress toward completion of a degree as determined by the director of the School of Music.

  • The Clare Grundman Scholarship Fund

    Scholarships to one Sophomore, one Junior, one Senior, and one Masters Candidate in the School of Music. Based on Interest in the Concert Band

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