*Music students, if you need entry to practice when the building is closed, simply call Campus Safety @ 8111.Â Thanks!
The location of the Music Department Office is in the Nunnelley Music Building on the first floor, Room 13.Â Unless a student has been assigned a work-study project by a faculty member which requires use of office facilities, students are asked not to be in this area.Â Thank you.
Practice rooms, located on the first and third floors of the Nunnelley Music Building, are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.Â The practice rooms on the first floor are reserved for pianists from 8:00 a.m until 6:00 p.m.Â The music building is open weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to midnight during the academic year, with reduced hours on weekends.
Students are asked to report to the Department Chair any damage or repair needs of the building, including practice rooms, classrooms, pianos, or other instruments.
Persons using the facilities are asked to exercise discretion in the care of the rooms and instruments.Â Beverages, keys, and instrument cases should not be placed on pianos, and windows must be closed at the conclusion of each practice session.Â Food and drinks are not permitted near electronic equipment in the piano lab, the electronic music lab, or the digital practice room.
The NAfME student lounge is located on the top floor with the practice rooms. Â Keep the lounge clean and comfortable.
Smoking is not permitted inside the music building.
Students are encouraged to examine the various bulletin boards throughout the building regularly. Â The large bulletin board on the main floor in-between the piano lab and Dr. Burnetteâ€™s office is for concert listings, both on and off campus. Â For choral information, the bulletin board outside of Dr. Campbellâ€™s office should be referenced. Â Information on vocal events, including competitions and summer programs, is located outside Dr. Hunnicuttâ€™s office. Â Instrumental postings are located on bulletin boards on the second floor. Â Postings by music student clubs are on the bulletin boards in the student lounge on the third floor. Â Fliers, posters and other postings placed around the building must be attached with orange tiger tape. Â Announcements are not permitted on doors or windows.
Music holdings and recordings are located on the second floor of the Learning Resource Center (LRC), and the choral library on the third floor of the LRC. Â For certain music courses, texts are placed on reserve under the professorâ€™s name for specific class assignments.Â The Reserve Desk is located on the main floor.
All student recitals in on-campus facilities must be scheduled by the major professor(s) of the student(s) performing.Â In all cases the student, in consultation with the professor, should attempt to secure a convenient time approximately six months in advance.