Student Chapters

The mission of the student chapter is to "examine issues relating to the contemporary professional lives of student musicians and future educators." The mission statement is broad, and it allows students the opportunity to develop forums, seminars, workshops, and panels on topics of importance to their professional lives. A collegiate chapter allows students the chance to be involved immediately in important professional considerations and both undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to have their voice heard. Student chapters also serve the distinct purpose of educating others on their campuses, serving to challenge CMS's youngest CMS members.

Three interested students and a faculty advisor who are each members of The College Music Society are required to form a student chapter. The group must formally organize according to the guidelines below and should meet regularly. To assist in the process, the CMS Council on Student Concerns has developed the following three useful documents:

Questions related to CMS Student Chapters should be directed to Peter Park, CMS Director of Professional Activities.

Join in the CMS Student Chapter effort so that the organization might serve its students more effectively!

 



CMS Student Chapters
2017–2018 Academic Year

as of May 22, 2017


Appalachian State University
     President: Zach Bowyer
     Vice President: Rachel Tucker
     Secretary: Abbi Fleckenstein
     Faculty Advisor: Jennifer Snodgrass

High Point University
   
President: TBA
     Vice President: TBA
     Secretary: TBA
     Faculty Advisor: JW Turner

North Dakota State University
     
President: Catherine Tlusty
     Vice President: Katie Rolf
     Secretary: Tyrie Williams
     Faculty Advisor: Robert J. Jones

Valparaiso University
     President: Jared Coller
     Vice-President: Caitlyn Perry
     Secretary: Caitlyn Perry
     Faculty Advisor: Ericka Grodrian


An annual report must be assembled by the president of each student chapter and submitted by email to Peter Park, CMS Director of Professional Activities, no later than May 15 of each year. The report form may be found here. Prior to submission, this report must be approved by the chapter’s faculty advisor. Chapters that fail to submit a report for two consecutive years will be considered inactive and will be removed from the above roster.