Fall Orientation 2013, August 21-23
UNDERGRADUATE MUSIC ORIENTATION for students beginning FALL 2013
- August 21-23
This schedule is appropriate for the session listed above, and should fit with the schedule supplied by the FSU Office of New Student and Family Programs.
Be sure to check-in at Wildwood Hall the evening of Day 1.
|Day 2 (August 22)|
Music Meeting (Get to Know Your College) -- KMU 240
This meeting will present incoming music majors and minors with information about College of Music degree programs, policies and procedures.
|Day 3 (August 23)|
Peer Advising -- KMU 240
Incoming music majors/minors are required to meet with the College of Music Board of Advisors (BOAs) – a select group of music students who will assist in preparing your first term schedule.
See your faculty orientation adviser for final check of your first term schedule.
Although you may register in the Oglesby Union, or from any other computer with internet access, you are also welcome to register for classes in the College of Music Computer Lab (208 KMU) where BOAs will be available to answer your questions.
Music Scholarship Meeting – Lindsay Recital Hall (241 KMU)
Attendance is required of all students receiving College of Music scholarships and/or out-of-state tuition waivers. The meeting should last about ½ hour.
|3:00 until 5:00PM||
Class Piano Exams – 4th Floor KMU
This short (10 min.) exam is a chance for you to exempt some or all of the keyboard requirement for your degree. (Check the curriculum guide for your major at http://www.music.fsu.edu/Areas-of-Study/Degree-Programs/Undergraduate-Programs to see if/how much piano is required.) Keyboard majors/principals do not need to take this exam. Exams are administered on a first come first served basis. For more information see: http://www.music.fsu.edu/Admissions/For-Accepted-Students/Accepted-Undergraduate-Students/Group-Piano-Placement-and-Exemption-Exam
Listed above are MUSIC events only. Please contact the FSU Office of New Student and Family Programs (http://nsfp.fsu.edu/orientation.html ) concerning required non-music events.
N.B. The Music Theory Fundamentals Exam will be available online August 10-22 for students who need to take it. For more information see: http://www.music.fsu.edu/Areas-of-Study/Music-Theory-Composition/Departmental-Exams/Undergraduate-Music-Majors/Freshman-Music-Theory-Placement-Examination-Information