How to Apply
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- Auditions are not required. Full Payment guarantees your placement.
- Maximum of 8 students per faculty member.
- This program does not offer scholarships.
- Applications will be accepted after the deadline until all spaces are filled.
Application fee: $70 (non-refundable)
Room & Board (6 nights): $400
There is a $200.00 cancellation charge for withdrawing from the program prior to the start of the workshop. Refunds are not available after the start of the workshop. For more refund details, click on "Frequently Asked Questions".
If all spaces have been filled in your instrument/voice, email us at musicsp [at] indiana [dot] edu and request to be placed on a wait-list. Remember to include your instrument/voice information.
Wait-listed applicants will be notified if a space becomes available; however, being on the wait-list does not guarantee a space will become available.
Students will be wait-listed in the order your requests are received.
CAP I participants stay in a double room (with roommate) in the Forest Residence Center. Forest includes air conditioning, sheets and towels, and coin-operated laundry facilities available for personal use. Three meals are served daily. Televisions are not allowed in individual rooms. Adult counselors are resident in the dorm.
CAP II participants stay in a single room in the Forest Residence Center on a separate floor from participants under age 18.
CAP I and II attendees may choose to stay off campus; however, CAP I attendees must stay with a parent or guardian. Click on "Visiting" in the left menu for a list of accommodations in Bloomington.
Students staying off-campus cannot buy meal cards. If you wish to eat meals with the in-house students you pay with cash or credit card for each meal.
Off-campus CAP I students are the responsibility of the established legal guardian. A drop-off and collect time has to be settled in advance with the CAP staff. The agreed drop-off and collect time should be convenient to the CAP daily schedule.
Transportation to the Indiana University campus is the responsibility of the designated legal guardian.
At no time can a CAP I student be dropped on the Indiana University campus and left unattended. The CAP I student must be handed-off from the legal guardian to the CAP staff.
The Jacobs School of Music reserves the right to cancel a workshop if enrollment is not met. Participants will be informed 2 weeks before the start of the workshop and receive a full refund.
Indiana University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity institution.
Indiana University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Students who believe that they are eligible for an accommodation should contact Disability Services for Students at (812) 855-7578 or email@example.com.