Fall and spring semesters are 14 weeks long (or otherwise stated). Students sign-up for the entire semester.
Students will be enrolled only after full payment is received. Tuition may be paid with check, cash, money order, credit card, or PayCentric payment plan.
Fall registration is held during the month of August, spring registration during the month of November and summer registration is held in the month of April. Online registration is available by returning the registration form below and submitting payment with a credit card. Registration is also available in person in room 208 of Presser Hall on the UMHB campus. The Conservatory Office is open from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Conservatory offers a $10 discount for each additional family member enrolled in our program. Students enrolled in more than one activity will receive a $10 discount for each lesson, class and/or ensemble beyond the first. The $10 discount does not apply to students who receive Conservatory scholarships.
UMHB Faculty, Staff and Alumni Discounts
Please contact the Conservatory Office for discounted rates.
The Conservatory observes a NO MAKE-UP POLICY for student absences. Please notify the Conservatory Office by calling (254) 295-4686 if a lesson or class will be missed so that we may notify the instructor.
Students will receive make-ups for lessons or classes cancelled due to teacher absences or weather-related closings. Closing announcements will be recorded on the Conservatory's answering machine.
Termination of Lessons, Classes and/or Ensembles
Each student who registers for lessons will be assigned a lesson time for the semester. Termination of lessons/classes/ensembles is appropriate only at the end of the semester or at the discretion of the Conservatory Director. There are no refunds except under extreme circumstance.
At least two solo recital dates are offered each semester. Students are encouraged (but not required) to perform. Students who perform in a Conservatory recital or concert are required to remain for the entire recital or concert out of respect for all of the performers. It is our desire that our students not only learn outstanding performance skills, but also proper audience etiquette.