Types of Scholarships

Luther College awards three types of music scholarships to students: Music Lesson, Weston Noble, and Endowed Scholarships. Music scholarships are only awarded to students who have been admitted to Luther. Please complete the Recruit Me for Music form if you are considering auditioning for a Luther College music scholarship.

Music Lesson Scholarships

Music Lesson Scholarships are designed to cover the cost of a private lesson for students. Incoming students, regardless of major, may receive this scholarship to develop their musical ability through individual and group instruction during their first years at Luther College. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are music majors may receive one music lesson scholarship each semester, with a maximum total of seven semesters of scholarships.

Weston Noble Music Scholarships

Weston Noble Music Scholarships recognize incoming students who display outstanding potential for participation in Luther's major music organizations. The music faculty awards scholarships in several areas of interest, including vocal music, band, orchestra, and keyboard. Candidates for a Weston Noble Music Scholarship are identified through auditions and brought to the attention of the scholarship committee.

Endowed Scholarships

Endowed Scholarships are also funded by Luther. These awards annually assist a large number of upperclassman music majors who meet the eligibility conditions specified for each scholarship.