This scholarship is awarded to one or more rising sophomores enrolled in the Music Department. The recipient must exhibit outstanding musical skills in a particular musical discipline and contribute to the musical discipline and the university through
ensembles, recitals, etc.
Gifts made to name the rehearsal hall will be directed toward instrument upgrades and maintenance and continuing enhancements on the DiCicco Rehearsal Hall.
Florence E. Haug served as secretary/administrative assistant to six presidents at IUP over a period spanning 25 years. Ms. Haug enjoys all areas of the College of Fine Arts, in particular the IUP Marching Band. Her generous support provides a scholarship
to a full-time student from the college with a major in music participating as a member of the marching band.
Student must be an incoming freshman music major. Awards are based on performance ability and equally shared among all applied studios (instruments and voice).
Awarded to a student majoring in Music Education, Music Performance, or Liberal Arts on the basis of academic excellence, music excellence, and financial need.
The Kenneth M. Sell Memorial Scholarship for Music provides annual support for a talented and deserving student enrolled within the Music Department who demonstrates the highest level of excellence and exceptional talent during the audition process.
A need-based scholarship to assist with student retention and provide benevolent assistance.
A general fund that supports the activities and programming of the Department of Music within the Foundation for IUP, including but not necessarily limited to: the purchase of music, equipment and other items needed for the teaching, learning and performing
of music, student awards, ensemble support, travel for students and faculty, and library acquisitions. Donors of amounts above $2,500 may, upon consultation with the department chair, earmark funding for specific projects that could include: the commissioning
of new music, securing the services of guest artists or conductors, recording projects and equipment, or other projects that serve the needs of the Department of Music.
To provide financial support for the programming of the IUP Jazz Ensemble (formerly known as “the Mellowmen”) and the IUP Jazz Band. Money may be used for a variety of purposes, including but not necessarily limited to: travel expenses for ensembles on
tour; purchase of equipment; professional services for guest performers, conductors, and artists; commissioning of new work for jazz performance; recording and production of CDs and/or DVDs; collaborative programming with other ensembles or artists;
Armstrong Concert Band Scholarship for Trombone (0443)
The Armstrong Concert Band Scholarship for Trombone was established to honor the dedication and talent of the membership of the Armstrong Concert Band and in tribute to John Schad and his passion for music. An eligible candidate must be enrolled as a
full-time undergraduate student with a declared trombone major in the Department of Music.
Gary and Kaye Bird Euphonium Scholarship (0538)
Dr. Gary Bird, retired IUP professor of Music, established this scholarship in support of the Tuba/Euphonium Studio. A student selected to receive the scholarship must be a Music Education major with a Euphonium emphasis.
Richard Dellaposta Memorial Scholarship for Trumpet (0565)
This scholarship is not yet endowed. It will be given to deserving trumpet players attending IUP. Rich was a graduate of Homer Center High School where he played in the concert band, jazz band, marching band, and was a participant in county, district, and regional band, and the IUP Honors Band. Rich had hoped to enter the IUP Department of Music as a music major when his life was cut tragically short. His family and friends have established this scholarship in his memory.
Jim and Jamie Self Tuba Scholarship (0357)
Jim Self (’65), a prominent studio tuba player in Los Angeles, has generously created a scholarship for a tuba player. The award is based on the student’s talent and “citizenship” in the department.
Legacy Brass Quintet (0567)
The funding for this ensemble was made possible through an initial gift from Jim and Jamie Self. Jim Self is an IUP alumnus (BSEd, 1965) who has been a first call tuba player in Los Angeles for over 30 years. He is known for playing the “Voice of the
Mother Ship” in the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and has performed for hundreds of movie and television soundtracks in his career, as well as performing as principal tuba in many of the top professional orchestras in and around
Los Angeles. The Legacy Brass Quintet performs advanced quintet repertoire and receives specialized coaching from the IUP brass faculty. Membership into the ensemble is by performance audition and is open to any IUP music major in the brass area.
William G. and Diane Wynn Wagner Scholarship Award in Trombone and Voice (5325)
The award is divided equally. The scholarship in trombone is given to a student majoring in trombone studies in the Department of Music who demonstrates excellence in performance. The scholarship in voice is awarded to a female student majoring in Music
Education with an emphasis in voice who demonstrates financial need.
Joan Frey Boytim Scholarship for Keyboard Accompanist (0468)
Joan Frey Boytim completed a Bachelor of Science in Music in 1955 and a Master of Education in Music in 1964 at IUP. With more than 45 years of teaching experience, she is a nationally recognized expert in the field of teaching pre-collegiate and adult
community voice. A gracious gift from Mrs. Boytim provides for the award of a scholarship to a senior-level student who has demonstrated interest, success, and the promise of continued success as a keyboard accompanist for recitalists, small ensembles,
or choral organizations.
Evelyn Swauger Memorial Scholarship (0296)
Awarded to undergraduate or graduate piano majors in the Department of Music.
Carol Teti Memorial Scholarship (0295)
Preference given to undergraduate organ majors within the Department of Music; secondary preference may be given to graduate students or students enrolled in other majors.
Olmstead Percussion Scholarship (0277)
This scholarship fund shall be used to provide financial assistance to deserving and talented students enrolled in the Department of Music who are studying percussion.
Olmstead Fund for Percussion Studies (4771)
Contribution to this account provides financial support for IUP percussion studies including equipment, music, travel for percussion students to attend conferences, festivals, performances, recording projects, provide student awards, and promote student
and faculty research.
Olmstead Endowment for Percussion Studies (0596)
Contributions to this account shall be used to support guest percussion artists and the commissioning of compositions for percussion to be premiered at IUP.
Wallis and Janet Braman Music Scholarship (0118)
Awarded to an incoming freshman music major whose performing area is one of the following: violin, viola, cello, or double bass.
Margaret McCluskie Clark Scholarship for Violin (0514)
Frank M. Clark established this scholarship in honor and tribute to his wife, Margaret McCluskie Clark. Mrs. Clark graduated with a bachelor’s degree in music education from Indiana State Teachers College in 1951. The scholarship is awarded to a student
with a declared major in the Music Department with violin as his/her primary performing medium.
Frank and Mary Gorell Scholarship for Music (0182)
Established by longtime Indiana residents and patrons of the arts, this scholarship benefits outstanding and talented students enrolled in the Department of Music with a concentration in the string program.
Gloria Bryan Johnson Memorial Scholarship (0176)
Awarded to a full-time music student, to an incoming freshman, or to an upperclassman cello or bass major by recommendation of faculty.
Joan Frey Boytim Scholarship for Vocal Performance (0452 and 0485)
A gracious gift from Mrs. Boytim provides for the award of two scholarships, one to a senior-level female student and a second to a senior-level male student that have demonstrated interest, success, and the promise of continued success in vocal performance.
Mr. James C. Dearing Ensemble Library (8501)
Gifts to name the library will be used to purchase additional scores and commission new works for choral performances, among other things.
Renee Fleming Scholarship in Vocal Performance (0586)
Ann M. Hayward Music Scholarship (0153)
Awarded to entering freshman vocal majors by recommendation of faculty.
Dorothy Poret Chamber Singers Scholarship
Provides a scholarship award to an IUP student who is a member of the IUP Chamber Singers and who will serve as a section leader in the Calvary Presbyterian Chancel Choir for a semester. Must be a member of the IUP Chamber Singers and serve as a section
leader in the Calvary Presbyterian Chancel Choir for a semester. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA; attend designated rehearsals and worship services.
Matthew Robert Hornick Memorial Scholarship for Music Education (0482)
Mr. Hornick was a 2002 graduate of IUP with a degree in Music Education. The scholarship, established in his memory by his parents, Chris (’68) and Mary Louise Hornick, provides support for an incoming freshman in the clarinet studio.