The Community Music School has a limited number of financial aid awards available
to assist families in need. Financial aid awards are partial (10-30% off of tuition)
and eligibility is determined by gross household income and number of household members.
See chart provided. If you do not meet the income requirement guidelines but feel that you still need
financial assistance in registering your child for a Community Music School program,
please contact the CMS office at (901) 678-4244. Financial aid awards are distributed
on a first-come, first-served basis and are funded as long as there are available
resources. The following rules apply:
- Financial aid awards are issued for tuition fees only, not for supplies or other costs.
- Any past due accounts must be brought current before a financial aid application is
- Students or parents of students receiving financial aid will be expected to carry
out certain duties for the school, such as assisting with performances, concert set-up,
special events, etc.
- Application, income information and teacher letter of recommendation are required.
- The financial aid recipient is responsible for the remaining tuition balance.
- Submittal of an application is neither a confirmation into the class nor a confirmation
of a financial aid award.
- Applicants for long-term programs will be reviewed each semester. Regular attendance
and practice will be taken into consideration for award renewal; instructor or program
director report may be required.
- A new copy of proof of income and application are required yearly.
- CMS allows only one discount per student per semester. If you qualify for financial
aid, you will not be eligible for any other discounts (i.e. U of M, senior citizen).
- Applicants who falsify information or do not attend class regularly may be ineligible
for future financial aid.
- All financial aid applications are kept confidential. The Community Music School does
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, gender, ethnic origin,
or religious belief in admission, retention, student aid, scholarship, and other educational
- Notification of financial aid awards will be made in writing.
The University of Memphis is an equal opportunity/affirmative action university committed
to the education of a non-racially-identifiable student body.
COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL HOME
Room 124 – Music Building
Samuel Sidhom, Director
Carolyn Farris, Office Manager
COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 7:00 8:30 p.m. U of M Music Building 3775 Central Avenue. Everyone interested in learning about programs and classes offered during the Spring semester.
Faculty from the Community Music School will discuss specifics of Suzuki programs, traditional (private) lessons, group classes and ensembles.
The information provided will include a description of each program; benefits, expectations, tuition and dates.
There will be a mini-recital by current students of the School.