The School of Music is committed to helping it's students through this time of Remote Learning. This page provides some of the many resources available to Music Students, as well as information from the Center for Disease Control and the Montana Department of Health. 

Fall 2021 - Concert/Lecture Attendance Policy

The requirement for Music Majors and Minors will follow the policy as stated in the Music Major Handbook.  

In order to receive credit for online concerts/lectures when a ticketed SOMconcert is SOLD OUT, students will submit a word document or PDF for each SoM Ticketed SOLD OUT concert/lecture live stream viewed. The submitted document must include Your Name, GID (MSU ID # - with dash), URL, performer(s) (group), title(s), composer(s), date viewed, and a short paragraph describing the SOLD OUT Concert/Recital.

 

Advising

If you have questions for your advisor, or are unsure who your advisor is and how you should contact them, please visit our Music Advising Page. 

Software Trials Available

Many of the trials below are free for the next 30-90 days. See the specific websites for more information. A number of software is available to MSU students at no cost. You will be redirected to an MSU site with more information on how to download and log in. This is not a complete list, and companies are announcing new deals daily. For software not listed here, please check the developers website for more information. 

Other software (Including Office 365 and WebEx) is available to all MSU students. Please click here for more information about software available.

MSU Resources

MSU has a number of great resources to assist with online learning. Please see the pages below if you are experiencing issues with with software used for Remote Learning. 

Experience Music From Home

A number of Symphonies and Opera companies have made their streaming services and select performances free. See some of our favorites below. 

COVID-19 In Montana

Be sure to stay up to date on the situation in Montana or your home, and follow the CDC recommended guidelines. More information can be found below. 

Having Technical Issues? 

If you are experiencing technical issues related to Remote Learning, please reach out to [email protected] for more assistance.