The College of New Jersey Department of Music offers a superior experience for undergraduates who enter the programs in Music Education, Performance, or Bachelor of Arts. Majors in the areas of voice, strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, piano and accordion will be considered. Admission to the Department of Music is competitive.
Upon receipt of your application to the College and your information forwarded to the Department of Music, our Audition Specialist will contact you about scheduling an audition . Please refer to the information below regarding the application and audition process.
Questions regarding your application and/or audition may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions is responsible for receiving your application materials, forwarding your application information to the Department of Music, updating your application status based on your audition performance, and notifying you of your application decision.
Department of Music
The Department of Music receives your application information from the Office of Admissions. An audition is scheduled and the results of that audition are forwarded to the Office of Admissions. Specific information on auditioning can be found below.
Your application to the Department of Music at The College of New Jersey will follow this process:
- Application materials received in the Office of Admissions
- Application information forwarded to the Department of Music
- Audition date scheduled by the Department of Music
- Audition completed and results forwarded to the Office of Admissions
- Office of Admissions will notify you of your application decision
Students who wish to audition for the music major should:
A limited number of music talent scholarships are awarded to students in each incoming class. Note that TCNJ’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers both financial aid and academic scholarships. While admission to the Department of Music is Test Score Optional, admitted music students interested in being considered for academic scholarships are required to submit their standardized test scores (SAT or ACT). Please see Undergraduate Admissions.