Mission - IUP Civility Statement - Copyright Policy - Email - Faculty and Staff Directory - Financial Aid and Scholarships - Social Media - Software - Student Conduct - Student Health and Safety Resources - Technology Support
The mission of the IUP Department of Music is the professional preparation of music students as teachers, performers, composers, and scholars at the undergraduate and graduate level. We are committed to providing the highest level of creative, intellectual,
and cultural experiences through curricular offerings, recitals, concerts, productions, and workshops for both the student body and the university community. The Department of Music recognizes its responsibility to serve a local and global community,
to promote diversity/multiculturalism, as well as embrace and encourage lifelong advocacy for the musical arts.
As a university of different peoples and perspectives, IUP aspires to promote the growth of all people in their academic, professional, social, and personal lives. Students, faculty, and staff join together to create a community where people exchange
ideas, listen to one another with consideration and respect, and are committed to fostering civility through university structures, policies, and procedures. We, as members of the university, strive to achieve the following individual commitments:
The Department of Music encourages students to adhere to U.S. Copyright laws. Here are basic facts every musician should know about copyright law (provided
IUP provides e-mail services to all students and employees as an official form of university communication. Students maintain the responsibility to regularly read their IUP e-mail account and, if electronically responding to or sending e-mail regarding
official IUP matters, use their IUP e-mail account to do so. Information officially communicated to students through their IUP e-mail accounts includes billing invoices and information addressing academic, student conduct, student safety, and emergency
matters. Students are expected to regularly use their IUP e-mail account and should check it daily.
A full listing of IUP Department of Music faculty may be found on the Faculty and Staff Directory.
Brass – Zach Collins
Keyboard – Henry Wong Doe
Music Education – Laura Ferguson
Music History – Matthew Baumer
Percussion – Michael Kingan
Strings – Linda Jennings
Theory and Composition – John Levey
Vocal Arts – Joeseph Baunoch
Woodwinds – Rosemary Engelstad
Students who wish to receive state and federal student aid should complete the FAFSA form. FAFSA forms are available beginning October 1 for the following academic year. A list of scholarships
available to IUP music students can be found on the Department of Music Giving Opportunities page. IUP’s policies for financial aid can be found on the
Financial Aid website.
More information about financial aid may be found at the Federal Student Aid website.
Follow the IUP Department of Music on the following social media:
Students may use Office 365 software for free through IUP. IT Services also provides other software for free or reduced prices. Visit the IT Services Software page to
find full information.
An extensive index of IUP’s policies and student behavior expectations can be found at the Source.
University Police - 724-357-2141
IUP Police Emergency Plan
Crisis Intervention 24/7 Hotline: 1-877-333-2470
IUP Counseling Center -
Center for Health and Well-Being -
Office of Social Equity
Hearing Health Information for Students (from nasm.arts-accredit.org)
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Information for Students (from nasm.arts-accredit.org)
Vocal Health Information for Students (from nasm.arts-accredit.org)
IT Services provides guides on how to access technology on campus as well as how to receive hardware support.