Undergraduate and graduate (master's) prospective students will find important audition requirement information on this page. For questions regarding auditions, please contact Mary Sage, Admissions and Recruiting Coordinator.
Students attending Friday auditions should expect to be on campus from 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., while students attending Saturday auditions should expect to be on campus from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Detailed audition information will be sent via email approximately two weeks prior to the audition date.
Attending an audition day is more than just the audition. On audition days, prospective students and their parents have several opportunities to learn more about Baylor University and the School of Music. Guests from Financial Aid and Campus Life give presentations and answer questions regarding scholarships and living on campus. Students and parents also have an opportunity to hear from the Dean of the School of Music, listen to current student performers, meet faculty in their areas, and attend information meetings on Music Education, Church Music, and Composition.
Prospective undergraduate and graduate students unable to attend an on-campus audition day are recommended to contact the appropriate instrument professor.
Every student applying to be accepted into the School of Music for an undergraduate degree must audition on their principal instrument. Select your audition date on the School of Music Application (see How to Apply). Choose your instrument below for more details:
Only students applying for the following majors must complete an audition on their primary instrument. Note: Additional materials are needed for the other graduate degree programs and can be submitted on the School of Music application (see How to Apply).
Choose your audition area below for more details: