College of Musical Arts 2018-2019 academic year in review

A message from the Dean

In the College of Musical Arts, we believe in the transformative power of music and education, for our students, our community, and the world. As I look over the past year, I see numerous examples of the transformative power of music in the lives of students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College. I am continually inspired by the energy, talent, creativity, and dedication of so many that influence the success of the CMA. Whether a student, faculty/staff member, or friend and supporter of the CMA, thank you for your contributions. 

I hope you will enjoy these highlights from the 2018-2019 year. 

Best wishes,

William Mathis
Dean

By the Numbers

310

Undergraduate student enrollment

160

Graduate student enrollment

$1,738,009

Undergraduate and graduate scholarship money awarded

340

Undergraduate and graduate students who received scholarships

695

Public events

1,200+

Participants in pre-college music events on campus

1.9 million

Listeners of Season 6 of the New Music from Bowling Green radio series

$1,016,523

Gifts received from 405 donors

$2,510

Average gift size per donor

This Year in Photos

Student Highlights

Full cohort of Hansen Fellows conclude a busy year of projects

Full cohort of Hansen Fellows conclude a busy year of projects

Our full cohort of Hansen Fellows spent this academic year completing many projects, and have more planned for this summer. See the Hansen Fellows projects

This Year in Social