Registration for summer and fall 2019 is happening now for current students.

Here's a link to registration instructions and all program planning sheets.

Beginning Tuesday, May 14, all summer enrollment changes (initial registration and schedule adjustment) will use the eDrop/eAdd system

The Music Graduate Office will be CLOSED on Monday, May 27.

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Contact the Music Graduate Office

Office Location
East Studio Building 120 (JS 120)
205 S. Jordan Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47405

Mailing Address
1201 E. 3rd Street
Bloomington, IN 47405

Hours: 8 am–12 pm, 1–5 pm
Phone: 812-855-1738Phone

E-mail: musgrad [at] indiana [dot] edu

musicdgs [at] indiana [dot] edu (Eric Isaacson), Director 
serbes [at] indiana [dot] edu (Sara Erbes), Advisor
anmiller [at] indiana [dot] edu (Angie Miller), Recorder
musgrad [at] indiana [dot] edu (Collin Lewis), Secretary
musdoc [at] indiana [dot] edu (Janis Cooper Parker), Doctoral Clerk

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Academic Conduct

The penalties for academic misconduct are severe, and can include dismissal from the University.  All students at Indiana University are responsible for knowing the rules governing academic conduct. These rules are set out in the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct. There are specific implementation procedures for the Bloomington campus (click on "Disciplinary Procedures," then "Academic Misconduct"). The rules about academic honesty are important for everyone, but students who are new to the education system in the United States should be especially sure to read and understand them because the expectations here may be different from those they are accustomed to. 

In general, it is assumed that all academic work, including papers, essays, quizzes, tests, oral reports, projects, and performances, is a student's original work. Collaboration is sometimes permitted for certain assignments in some courses. You should always make certain that you understand what a professor expects for a particular assignment; if you are unsure, ask.

It is also assumed that material borrowed or quoted from other sources (including from books, articles, the Web and elsewhere) will be acknowledged and cited. IU's Writing Tutorial Services has a brief but useful page about plagiarism available.

Students with questions about the rules are welcome to ask the graduate academic advisor or the director of graduate studies.