SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID

At California College of Music, we believe that an excellent college music education should be made affordable to everyone. That’s why we have a tradition of granting large scholarships for talented musicians, and also providing deep tuition reductions for students facing economic hardship.

Our base tuition of $4,080 per quarter is already much less expensive than comparable private music colleges. Many students receive scholarships and economic tuition reductions that make attending California College of Music even lighter on the wallet. Applying for a scholarship or tuition reduction is very easy: simply check the necessary boxes within the Online Application for Admission. For more information about obtaining a scholarship to study at California College of Music, fill out the form below:

 

SCHOLARSHIP PROCESS:

1. Submit an Online Application for Admission.
2. Within the Online Application for Admission, submit a Video Audition that demonstrates exceptional musical ability.
3. Within the Online Application for Admission, submit a Scholarship Statement (minimum 250 words).
4. Submit a copy of your high school transcript demonstrating excellent academic ability to admissions@ccmcollege.com.

NOTE: Scholarships and tuition reductions are available for new applicants only. Previously or currently enrolled students are not eligible. Auditions and statements are considered final once submitted by the applicant. California College of Music is not responsible for damage or loss of any submission. Scholarships and tuition reductions are non-transferable and have no redeemable cash value. Students receiving scholarships must maintainĀ a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 in order to retain their scholarship award for the duration of their program.

TUITION REDUCTION PROCESS:

1. Submit an Online Application for Admission.
2. Submit a copy of the most recent tax return you or your parents/sponsors have filed to admissions@ccmcollege.com.

NOTE: Only U.S. citizens or permanent residents may apply for economic tuition reductions.