What are the session dates?

Students arrive June 23 or 24. Mandatory orientation is June 24 at 7:30pm. Students can depart on August 10 or 11. 

How do I apply?

You apply by filling out the online application. The link is located on several pages of our website or you can click here. The application consists of filling out the online application and uploading a minimum of fifteen-minutes of video of your solo audition material and the required chamber music excerpts, found here. Audio only auditions will not be considered. (Our online application accepts the following video formats: mpeg, mpg, mp4, mov, avi, wmv, m4v, vob.) The application fee is paid online as the final step in the application process.

When is the application deadline?

The deadline for applications is January 31. Late applications will be considered if space is available. APPLY HERE.

Is it too late to apply?

We continue to accept late applications if space is available. If in doubt, send us an email or call to see if we are still accepting applications after the January 31st deadline. APPLY HERE.

What if I have problems with the Online Application?

There is a help tab in the application to contact the online company who runs the application site. Meadowmount does not have access to your application until it is submitted. If you need to make changes after you submit your application, please contact us.

I’m an international student, what is the visa process?

Admitted International students will received an I-20 and Letter of Invitation. You will need to pay the SEVIS Fee online and contact the American Consulate to make an appointment to apply for an M-1 visa. Canadian Students do not need to contact the American Consulate, but they need to bring the I-20, Letter of Invitation, and proof of citizenship to the boarder for entry. For complete details on the visa process CLICK HERE.

When will I know if I have been accepted?

Admission decisions are sent via e-mail around the end of March. Final wait-list decisions are usually made by the end of April. We ask that you wait until after March 25th to contact us about decisions. If you have a deadline with another program and need to know sooner, please contact us.

How old is the typical Meadowmount Student?

Our age range is 13 to 30+. Each summer, around half the students at Meadowmount are high school age and half are college students, many in graduate programs. Students must be age 13 or older to live on campus. Talented students under the age of 13 that are accepted must live off-campus and be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times when on campus.

What is the tuition and all the fees to attend Meadowmount?

Full tuition for 7-weeks with on-campus housing, including room, board, lessons, coachings, accompanist fees, infirmary fee, activity fee and a security deposit is $7,300. Tuition for off-campus students including lessons, coachings, accompanist fees, infirmary fee, activity fee and a security deposit is $4,300 for the full session. Click HERE for more information.

How do I sign up for extra lessons?

You can sign up for extra lessons during the online application process. If you decide to take extra lesson after you have been accepted, just notify us of your decision. You can also decline the lessons or add more during the summer. Click HERE for more information.

Can I apply to come for less then seven weeks?

We do not accept partial session students. Attending Meadowmount for the full seven-week session affords the maximum benefit of what Meadowmount has to offer. Students who arrive late or depart early still pay the full seven-week tuition and are not eligible for scholarship or chamber music placement.

How do I find Off-Campus Housing?

Once admitted, we will send out a list of available housing rentals to students requesting off-campus living. This list consists of homes, shared rentals, apartments and room rentals for families or single adults. Meadowmount does not own, inspect, or offer recommendations on these properties. You can request this list at anytime. You can also contact area realtors for more recommendations.

Are there Scholarships?

Chamber music and solo performance Scholarships are available. Priority is given to those showing highest merit as demonstrated on the audition. Financial need is used only as a secondary consideration. Scholarship range from full tuition to a $700 Service Scholarships. We do not offer financial need based scholarships.

How do I apply for a scholarship?

You can apply for a Scholarship through the online application. Please be aware that large scholarship requests without accompanying merit may jeopardize your acceptance. Students must apply for scholarship when filling out the online application and not after being admitted.

I am on the Wait List. Now what?

There is still hope! We occasionally find some extra spots in April or May as we plan out the dorm room assignments and finalize the studio lists. Call the office to check your wait list status before you commit to other camps.