BGSU Covid Update

Based on state and federal guidance, BGSU continues to make critical decisions to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus to safeguard our students, faculty, staff and the broader community. Please visit our COVID-19 website for grading policy options, refund details and additional information and resources.

To support our students in this time of great need, BGSU encourages philanthropic support for the Student Emergency Fund. next


Become a part of our music community.

In a vibrant community of nearly 500 music students, undergraduates and graduates work side by side and form lasting connections with their peers and faculty. By honoring traditions and embracing innovation, we prepare students for diverse musical lives and life-long career growth. The College presents over 600 public events each year and is a major cultural resource for the campus and northwest Ohio.


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Our partnerships offer experiential learning opportunities.

In the College of Musical Arts, opportunity is everywhere. Take advantage of it or create your own experience. Our network of alumni working in the music profession spreads far and wide through the Midwest and beyond. Partnerships with regional schools, the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Toledo Opera, the Toledo Museum of Art, WGTE Public Media, the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts, the Detroit Symphony, and more, offer students the chance to get hands-on experience from the moment they begin their degree, and networking and job opportunities upon graduating.
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Class of 2020

Opportunity knocks

Music performance master's student Coreisa Lee expanded her career view to include performing and teaching thanks to BGSU's College of Musical Arts faculty. Read More

Givens Fellowship

Musical, cultural journey

Tess Marjanovic enrolled in a College of Musical Arts course as a freshman that opened her eyes and her heart to the music of sub-Saharan Africa. That disovery prompted her to apply for and receive the Stuart R. Givens Fellowship.

Online Concert Series

Virtual concerts bring music to the public

Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts (CMA) has developed an online concert series to use music to connect us even when we may be physically isolated from each other.


Music starts here.

We’ll help you discover the path that perfectly matches your passion for music. You might choose to focus on a single major. Or, maybe you'll follow a course that pulls together a one-of-a-kind mix of the unique opportunities offered here at BGSU. Whether you’re a full-time undergraduate student, a graduate student, or a working professional interested in online courses, your path to a successful career starts here.

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College of Musical Arts
1031 Moore Musical Arts Center
Bowling Green State University