Scholarships and Financial Support

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The Frost School of Music and the University of Miami are proud to offer a full range of financial assistance packages rewarding both musically and academically talented students. In addition, based on demonstrated need, students may be considered for state and federal grants, federal loan programs, and college work-study.
  • For priority consideration, freshman and transfer applicants must apply to the University of Miami and to the Frost School. Please visit How To Apply for the application timeline. 
     
  • Information about need-based institutional, federal, and state aid, can be found on the Office of Financial Assistance website.  

Scholarship Information

  • There is no separate scholarship application
  • Music scholarships, available only to full-time music majors, are merit and/or talent-based and are given for ability as demonstrated through the audition and academic performance. In some cases, financial need may also be considered in making such determinations.  
  • All music scholarships are applied only to tuition and the total of all sources of aid, scholarships, grants, loans, etc., cannot exceed the total cost of attendance and, in some cases is limited by need.

Stamps Scholars Program

The Stamps Scholars Program is a special scholarship offered to a select group of incoming freshmen each year to form chamber ensembles. The Stamps Ensemble Scholarship covers the cost of tuition and fees, an on-campus double room in a University of Miami residential college, and a meal plan of 19 meals per week for up to four academic years (eight consecutive semesters). Enrichment fees support additional activities related to the Stamps Ensemble and are approved in advance by the Dean.

The Frost School of Music Stamps Scholars program differs from the University of Miami Stamps Scholarship.

Instrument Insurance

Students are expected to acquire an appropriate instrument and adequate instrument insurance prior to beginning their degree program. Questions about instrument selection should be directed to studio professors. Please note that financial aid does not cover these expenses. 

For more information about the University of Miami Academic Scholarships please visit the Undergraduate Admission scholarship site.

Additional Resources

For more information about the Cost of Attendance please click here

Additional resources for outside scholarships can be found through Accoladi or the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation.