Learn about Diagnostic Exams, Master’s Comprehensive Exams, and Doctoral General Exams.
View detailed information about Master of Music, Doctor of Musical Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Music.
Download your graduate handbook.
Learn about recital scheduling policies, procedures, programs and receptions.
View a list of students approved by the music history faculty to serve as tutors during this academic year for Music History and Music Theory.
View a list of all music-related student organizations.
Download important student forms, such as time sheets, undergraduate scheduling worksheets, PhD Application Update, Authorization to Travel and more.
Please visit the Music Resources Center website at: http://www.lib.lsu.edu/music
The Music Resources Center is part of the LSU Libraries and is located in 202 Middleton Library. This facility provides books, music scores and recordings for use by students and faculty. The facility has 14 computers equipped with internet searching, Microsoft Word Suite, Finale and Ableton Live software as well as dedicated playback machines for all formats of recorded sound and video. Visit us soon for all your music needs!