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Vocal Music Scholarships

Students interested in singing will definitely find a program to suit their needs at Cowley County Community College. Participation opportunities include large and small groups, individual lessons and classes in music theory. A wide range and variety of music allows the student many opportunities to perform on and off campus, as well as in events across the state.

Financial Assistance: Students may audition for a vocal music scholarship. This scholarship can include up to full tuition and books. A live audition must be set up through Lindsay Allen. Students must fill out an application form and also submit two letters of reference.

Several special scholarships are available: The Fostine Moncrief Scholarship, which offers several awards with stipends ranging from $100 to $500 per year, and the Arkansas City Music and Dramatics Club Scholarship which offers two scholarships of $250. These are available to music majors only and are decided through competitive auditions in September, April, and May.

Music majors are also encouraged to apply for other types of grants or loans through government student aid programs that are offered at Cowley.

GPA Requirements: 2.5
Scholarship covers tuition and books.


  • Enroll in Concert Choir, audition for Cowley Singers and participate in Fall Musical.
  • Enroll in Applied Voice lessons and Applied Voice seminar each semester.
  • Must have involvement in the College Musical either as a cast member or a crew member.
  • Attend all classes regularly.
  • Performances are mandatory.
  • Display a positive attitude,show dedication & hard work towards excellence.
  • Adhere to GPA & requirements or may result in scholarship loss. Valid only at Arkansas City Campus min 12 credit hrs. Online courses will not count as Arkansas City Campus courses.


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