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Through the generosity of many donors, the School of Music is able to provide scholarships to talented and deserving students, and to enhance our program's facilities and activities. We greatly appreciate every contribution we receive.

Please complete the form below and click "Continue" at the bottom of the page. You will be redirected to the Southern Illinois University Foundation’s secure Online Giving site to complete your personal and credit card information.

The Dr. Robert L. Weiss, Jr. Music Scholarship Fund
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The Dr. Robert L. Weiss, Jr. Music Scholarship Fund is a designated matching-gift fund, up to $6,000, for donations received by March 4, 2020 (SIU Day of Giving).

$ : To provide funds for all School of Music activities.

The SIU School of Music thanks you for supporting our community's performers.

Additional School of Music Online Giving Accounts

$ : For all music students.

$ : For all music majors.

$ : For a music major from Southern Illinois.

$ : For a music student from Murphysboro High School.

$ : For a piano music major.

$ : To fund renown organists in a recital series.

$ : For a music student participating in the SIU Symphony Orchestra.

$ : For a female music student from a town south of Interstate 64.

$ : For a piano performance major.

$ : To enrich musical presentations at SIU Carbondale.

$ : For string and guitar majors.

$ : For a Marching Saluki band member.

$ : For a male vocal music major.

$ : For a member of the School of Music Jazz Ensembles.

$ : For an instrumental music education major.

$ : For an undergraduate or graduate voice student in Opera.

$ : For a piano music major.

$ : For a vocal music major.

$ : For a violin, viola, or cello music major in SIU Symphony and Chamber Music.

$ : For a vocal music major (undergraduate tenor preferred), minor in foreign language preferred.

$ : For a trumpet music major with interests in classical and jazz performance.

$ : For a music education major from a southern Illinois town of 15,000 or less, with an emphasis in piano or voice.

$ : For an opera major.

$ : For students from Herrin High School or a transfer from John A. Logan C.C.

$ : For an incoming freshman piano music major.

$ : For string players and chamber music.

$ : Scholarships and other expenses for the program.

$ : Senior student in choral conducting and vocal pedagogy.

$ : Visiting artist workshops and master classes.

$ : For travel and/or professional development for a graduate vocal major.

$ : For a piano music major.

$ : For a flute student to attend summer masterclasses.

$ : For an undergraduate music major from southern Illinois.

$ : For a minority student majoring in music for tuition, books, or travel.

$ : For a music composition major or minor.

$ For a piano music major (preferred from Alton, IL).

$ : For an oboe music major.

$ For a music major participating in bands.

$ : For a flute music major.

$ : To provide funds for all School of Music activities.