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Unformatted text preview: Info Packet for Here is the Info Packet you created about Rutgers majors and student life. This is only an introduction to the incredible array of academic programs and resources we offer. We hope you ' ll create additional brochures if your interests change. Questions about Rutgers, visiting, or applying? Call us at 732/932-4636. We look forward to talking personally with you. Next steps. . . 1. Request our viewbook at https://www.ugadmissions.rutgers.edu/request 2. Register for a tour at http://admissions.rutgers.edu/visiting 3. Apply for admission at http://admissions.rutgers.edu/applying www.admissions.rutgers.edu 732/932-4636 Whats inside. . . Jeffrey Cheung Your Academic Selections Music 2 Management 3 Marketing 4 Pharmacy 5 Premedicine and Predentistry 6 Your Campus Life Selections Concerts 7 Fraternities and Sororities 7 Instrumental Groups 8 Intramural Sports 8 Marching Band and Pep Band 9 Helpful Information Costs, Financial Aid, and Scholarships 10 Visiting Rutgers and NJ 11 Why Students Choose Rutgers 12 Music Concentrations n Classical Performance n Jazz Studies n Music Education Find out whats possible Mason Gross School of the Arts and Rutgers give me access to a variety of perspectives and op- portunities. From repertory and chamber music to psychology, Im ready for my next step in life. Jessica Pan, Performance/ Piano Concentration Vocal Ensembles l Kirkpatrick Choir l Glee Club l Voorhees Choir l Queens Chorale l Opera at Rutgers l The College Choir Large Instrumental Ensembles l Rutgers University Orchestra l Rutgers Philharmonia l Rutgers Wind Ensemble l Rutgers Symphony Band l Rutgers University Marching Band Small Ensembles l Rutgers Jazz Ensemble l Rutgers Salsa Band l Rutgers Brass Ensemble l Rutgers Percussion Ensemble l Chamber Music Ensemble Rutgers Salsa Band plays at clubs throughout New York and New Jersey and beyondregular trips to the Caribbean combine student performance opportunities with experience abroad. Opportunities for performance include opera productions, symphony orchestras, choirs, wind bands, jazz ensembles, and a salsa ensemble. From classic to contemporary, youll fnd your niche from more than two dozen performance groups. Our facilities include individual practice rooms with pianos, three recital halls, a fne arts theater, and music laboratories with synthesizers. Venues to hear great music abound in the communities sur- rounding Rutgers campuses, and New York City and Philadelphia are a short train ride away....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course MUSIC 101 taught by Professor Chapman during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.
- Fall '07