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Tuition and Financial Aid

Become a Conservatory Student

An Investment in Your Artistic Passion

Biola University is here to help you plan and afford your education. As you explore our tuition costs and different scholarship and financial aid opportunities, know that we’re here to support you and guide every step of the way. If you have any questions, be sure to contact our admissions team.

Financial Aid Process

As you explore tuition costs, be sure to get started on the financial aid process. Our Office of Financial Aid is here to guide you through the steps you need to take, including submitting your FAFSA application and more.

Student Scholarship Opportunities

Biola Undergraduate Scholarships

Students in any of our undergraduate programs may be eligible for the various undergraduate scholarships offered by Biola University. Review scholarship requirements and deadlines on the financial aid website.

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Conservatory Departmental Scholarships

The Conservatory offers scholarships to music majors based on talent, potential and how the student can contribute to ensembles. Scholarships are awarded after music major auditions have taken place.

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Ensemble Scholarships

The availability of ensemble scholarships varies depending on the ensemble. Acceptance into an ensemble is based on an audition at the beginning of semester, and this audition determines the scholarship as well.

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Tuition and Additional Costs

In addition to general university tuition, students should be aware of additional costs associated with a Conservatory education, including:

  • Applied Lesson Fees: $400/unit
  • Applied Lesson Fees (non-Conservatory student): $500/unit
  • Accompanist Fees: $70–$170 (depending on number of hours required)
  • Conservatory Resource Fee: $75
  • Ensemble Fees (University Chorus, Chorale, Symphonic Winds): $40–$130