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Music Technology

Instrumental Music

Vocal Music

Piano

 

Scholarship Opportunities

 

The Music Program at Shoreline Community College offers significant scholarship awards to music students. More information about these and other scholarships can be found on the SCC Foundation Scholarship page.

 

  • SCC Foundation Peggy O'Coyne Memorial Music Scholarship
    The Peggy O'Coyne Memorial Scholarship, named in memory of a beloved Music Department Secretary was established to assist students who wish to pursue degrees and/or careers in music. Selected applicants will be asked to perform a live audition piece. More info.
  • Sparrow Scholarship for Music Tech Students - In Memory of Ted Luttrell
    Established by family and friends of Ted Luttrell who was a student at SCC until his death from an aneurysm at age 20. Ted was a gifted bassist and lyricist who had a passion for music and hoped to complete the audio recording program at SCC despite his scholastic and medical challenges. This scholarship is intended to support students who share Ted's gift and passion for music and also face challenges that make attaining their dream more challenging than the norm.
  • Swisher/Matesky Piano Scholarships
    Quarterly renewable scholarships are awarded to deserving students for private study of classical piano. Please check with the piano faculty for application, criteria and procedures. Amounts vary from $150 to $350 and help offset the private instruction fee.
  • Joseph Jex Martin Music Tech Scholarship
    Joseph Jex Martin was pursing a music tech degree from SCC when he unexpectedly passed away at the age of 24. This scholarship is intended to provide SCC music tech students with financial assistance in a time of need.
  • SYMETRIX Digital Audio Engineering ScholarshipThis fund was established for the purpose of providing scholarships and grants to SCC students in the Digital Audio Engineering Program. It was created in collaboration between SCC alumni working at SYMETRIX Inc., and the CEO and founder of the Seattle based company who wanted to give back to Shoreline. Applicant must have taken at least 12 credits in Music Tech courses.