The UNT College of Music’s Office of Development engages individuals, corporations and foundations to support the largest public-university music program in the United States and one of the most globally respected. The UNT College of Music is recognized as a world-class training ground for musicians providing performance opportunities through more than 70 ensembles. As well, the UNT College of Music is one of the largest providers of music educators in the United States and trains our students for all facets of the music industry. Each year the College of Music serves approximately 1,600 students, schedules more than 1,000 concerts, master classes, guest artist perfromances and student recitals that all provide a dynamic learning environment of academic and artistic excellence.
Your gift will make an important impact on the next generation of musicians and support the mission of the UNT College of Music. Our greatest need is for scholarship funding. The financial requirements for attracting talented and academically gifted students have escalated substantially and resources for supporting the effort have not kept pace.
Gifts may be unrestricted, directed to a specific endowment or project and are tax-deductible. The College of Music Office of Development will be glad to assist you with any gift questions. As always, we are grateful to our many friends and supporters who help sustain our earned reputation as one of the finest music programs in the world.
Many gift options are available. Whether you are considering one for immediate use or a legacy gift, all are important and make a difference.
Sponsor an annual scholarship for a music student at the $1000 level.
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An endowed gift provides support in perpetuity through scholarships, fellowships, professorships and chairs. The minimum endowed scholarship level is $25,000.
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The Dean’s Discretionary Fund provides the opportunity to support the mission of the College in such varied ways as travel, scholarships, recordings, publicity and outreach. Contact the Development Office for more details.
There are many naming opportunities within the College of Music. Donors may achieve permanent recognition or honor loved ones by naming a space within a music building on campus. The space can be a lobby, balcony, rehearsal hall, classroom or building. The minimum naming amounts depend upon the size and location of the space. Contact the Development Office for more details.
Contact the College of Music Development Office for more information about planned gifts and stocks.