We are located in FA 102. Our phone number is (435) 797-3204. You may email Cary Youmans with general music questions.
The Student Services office in the Music Department can help you with the following things:
Basic Music Minor advising
Transfer Credit Articulations
The below tabs offer additional information about some of the services we provide.
Practice Room scheduling will begin at 3:00 p.m. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 2017. In the interest of fairness and equal opportunity, ANY PRACTICE ROOM SCHEDULED PRIOR TO THAT TIME WILL BE CANCELLED. To schedule a practice room, please go to scheduling.usu.edu. To schedule a room: click on “Create A Reservation.” Select the type of room you want (Instrumental or Piano/Vocal), and click “Book Now.” CLICK ON THE "RECURRANCE” button, to schedule the room for the same time/day(s) each week. Start date is August 28, 2017. End date is December 15, 2017. Select the day(s) and time you want, then CLICK ON “APPLY RECURRANCE.” On the new page, click the “Search” button. Click on the circle + button for the room you want. (Be careful not to select multiple rooms here. Every circle + button you click will add a room to be scheduled. Select only one room at a time.) Specify the number of users (1), then click the “Next Step” button. Fill out the required fields on the next page, then click “Create Reservation.”
Music majors will be emailed this information immediately prior to the beginning of
All Music degrees require attendance at 80 concerts/recitals (see details on page 29 in the Student Handbook).
Concert/recital attendance tracking is done in the Music Department Student Services office. If you need help identifying nearby concerts to attend (and perhaps take a date to), in addition to visiting arts.usu.edu, check out the sites below.
Check here for important announcements and notices:
Music Majors' Individual Instruction requirement has been split into a sequence of three different course numbers. This has been done primarily to help us track student progress in your individual instruction on your primary instrument/voice, but also to better facilitate transfer credits. All music majors USED to register ONLY for the 3/4000 level individual instruction course throughout their entire program. This is no longer the case.
Students, you may now volunteer to usher at a music department event, that event will count towards your 80 concert/recital attendance requirement! If you are involved in a student organization you can raise money for that organization AND get concert/recital attendance credit by volunteering to usher at music department events. To sign up please add your name/organization/A# to the spreadsheet located here. Please arrive 60 minutes prior to the event start time, wear concert style dress (white top, black bottom/socks/shoes), and READ the “Usher Expectations” document.
INCOMING FRESHMAN: You will register for the 1000-level Pre-music instruction course your first two semesters. At the end of each semester you will have a jury. At the end of your first year (2nd semester), students who have passed both freshmen-level juries with a B or higher will be moved from the pre-music course into the Pre-barrier course. Passing your 2 first-year juries with a B or higher also moves you from pre-program status into declared status. Education and Performance majors can see when this has occurred in Degree Works, when the last letters of your major code change from PPRU to BM or BA. After passing your first-year juries, you will register for the 2000-level Pre-barrier course during your 3rd semester of lessons. Once you have passed your Barrier Jury, you will register for the 3/4000 level individual Instruction for majors for all remaining semesters of study. NOTE: Music Therapy majors’ code won’t change, but you do need to meet the criteria described here for sequencing through pre-music, pre-barrier and major instruction on your major instrument.
CURRENT MUSIC MAJORS: Juniors and Seniors should already have passed their barrier jury and register for the 3/4000 level Instruction course. If you don’t know whether you have passed your barrier jury, consult with your music faculty advisor/individual instruction teacher. If you have, register for the 3/4000 level instruction course. If you haven’t, register for the 2000 level pre-barrier course. Sophomores should confirm with your faculty advisor you have passed your first-year juries and have moved into Pre-barrier status. If you have, register for the 2000 level Pre-barrier instruction course. If you haven’t, meet with your music faculty advisor to decide a course of action. Remember, all juries must be passed with a grade of B or better.
INCOMING TRANSFER STUDENTS: Your performance level will need to be evaluated by your music faculty advisor or Area Head to determine which level of instruction you should register for. You also need to have the application of your individual instruction credits approved by your music faculty advisor. Your instruction transfer credits will sit in the electives column until they are applied to your degree requirements, so make sure your music faculty advisor notifies the Music Student Services Office of their approval for your transfer credits to be applied. They can either email Cary Youmans directly, or you can forward their approval email to him.