What We Offer
The Piano Studio offers limited financial aid in the form of scholarships by our generous Partners for current students. Funds are available for scholarship assistance for young musicians who demonstrate financial need.
If the musician does not attend his/her assigned lessons or subsequently becomes ineligible for the scholarship, The Piano Studio reserves the right to rescind the scholarship offer and apply the funds to another eligible musician meeting the scholarship criteria.
What We Don’t Offer
The Piano Studio does not offer scholarships to non-students of The Piano Studio, although we hope to implement this in the future.
We also hope to implement a collegiate scholarship within the next two years for our students who wish to pursue a career in music.
When to Apply for Aid
Financial aid applications must be submitted no later than January 1 (for the Spring Semester) or July 1 (for the Fall Semester). The Financial Aid Committee will then convene to review all applications, and determinations will be made by the beginning of each semester. Students will be given 10 days to accept or reject their financial aid package.
How to Apply for Aid
To be considered for financial aid, a student must submit the following items by the January 1 or July 1 deadline.
- Financial Aid Application
- A one-page letter that includes:
- an explanation of your financial situation and why you are requesting this scholarship;
- latest copy of your 1040, 1040EZ or 1040A, AFDC, SSI or unemployment information.
- and the exact dollar amount you are requesting from The Piano Studio
All information received will be remain confidential. These items can either be mailed to The Piano Studio (13041 Cleveland Ave NW, Uniontown, OH 44685) or scanned and emailed to email@example.com.
Failure to submit any of these items in their entirety may result in an applicant’s request being denied, so please double-check all documents before submitting.
Any financial aid awarded from The Piano Studio will be credited solely towards the student’s tuition balance. All fees (recital tickets, Brahms Allegro registration fees, NFCM registration) and any additional expenses (lesson books, recital music, competition music, travel, etc.) must be covered by the student.
Please download the Scholarship Application here or complete the form below by the January 1 / July 1 to be eligible to receive The Piano Studio Scholarship.