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​​​​​​​​Visiting us on campus

As the School of Music adjusts to the guidelines issued by the state of Illinois regarding COVID-19, we will be temporarily suspending in person visits and tours. However, we will be offering online information sessions and you can see our virtual tour in the link below!

School of Music Information Sessions and Tours

​​Until we can once again open our building to visitors, we will be offering information sessions online every weekday at 1:30pm. Information sessions will be led by either the Director or Assistant Director of Admissions and a current student in the School of Music. We hope to soon connect with you in person, but until then, we look forward to connecting with you online! Register here​. ​

​To take a virtual tour of the Holtschneider Performance Center and the Jarvis Opera Hall, click here. You can also take a full campus virtual tour here​. ​​

General University Information Sessions and Tours

General DePaul information sessions and tours of the Lincoln Park Campus are available Monday through Saturday. These are not specific to music students but can be helpful in learning more about the university as a whole. Register online. ***PLEASE NOTE THESE WILL ALSO BE IN AN ONLINE FORMAT FOR THE TIME BEING***

Trial Lessons with Music Faculty

During the COVID-19 adjustments, we will not be holding private lessons in person and on campus. However, this should not deter your from connecting with our faculty! Students interested in having a trial lesson or meeting with a faculty member should contact that person directly. Details of trial lessons (including costs) are arranged directly with faculty. Faculty bios and contact information can be found here

Observe a Class or Rehearsal

At this time, all classes will be held online and thus will not be open to visitors. If you would like to connect with a current student, you can do so here​!

Attend a Concert

Though we do not currently have concerts in person for this quarter, we encourage you to visit our YouTube channel​ to see our students in action! ​