Visit the College of Music!


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to COVID-19, all in-person tours and information sessions have been suspended until further notice. For that reason, the College of Music is offering virtual music information sessions and tours through Zoom. These sessions begin with an overview of the music admission, application, audition, and scholarship procedures followed by a curricular discussion with one of our staff members. Then, guests have the chance to meet with a current music major and view a virtual tour of the College of Music.

UPDATE: As of October 8, 2020, general campus tours have resumed on a limited basis. Visit to learn more. Please note these tours DO NOT include visiting the College of Music nor music rehearsal/performance spaces, as our buildings remain closed to visitors. Once we receive approval to begin offering in-person music tours, we will update this site accordingly. 

Please click on the link below to review our upcoming schedule and sign up for our virtual information session and virtual tour. All sessions are approximately 90-minutes in length and limited to one family per tour. 

Sign Up!

If you have questions or need assistance registering, please email


How do I sign up for a music tour or information session?

            -Register through SignUpGenius or email our music ambassadors at

Is it possible to schedule a University tour on the same day as my music tour?

            -Follow the instructions at to register for a general campus tour.

Is it possible to meet with a faculty member during my visit?

            -If you are interested in meeting a faculty member during your visit, please email them directly well ahead of your scheduled tour date to inquire - Please note faculty availability is not guaranteed and is occurring virtually for the time being. 

May I audition when I visit for a tour or information session?

            -College of Music auditions are by invitation only following the completion of the online music application. For additional information on the admission and audition process, click here

Do you offer tours on the weekends?

            -Unfortunately, we do not offer tours or information sessions on the weekends or on University holidays. We want you to be able to experience ensemble rehearsals and hear from a current music major when you are here. Twice a year UNT Admissions offers UNT Preview, which is a great opportunity to visit on a Saturday and learn about UNT and the College of Music. Check the Admission Event and Convention listing to see if we are attending a college fair or convention in your area.

Do you offer music tours during audition days?

            -Tours of the music building are not offered the Thursday or Friday prior to auditions or on the Saturday audition days. Applicants scheduled to audition are invited to sit-in on music classes, ensemble rehearsals, and question and answer sessions with our Ambassadors during that time. We do offer a music-specific campus tour on the Saturday audition days, view your schedule of events for time and location.

Why is the day I am interested not available on the calendar?

            -College of Music tours fill quickly! These sessions are intentionally small to allow prospective students and parents the opportunity to ask questions specific to their major/instrument and to allow the group to visit ensemble rehearsals without disturbing our current students. Feel free to reach out to for assistance in finding a tour that works with your schedule. 

Do you offer group tours?

           -The College of Music does not currently offer group tours due to space and staff limitations. Visit to schedule a group tour of UNT’s great campus coordinated by the Visitor Experience team.

Where should I stay when I visit the College of Music?

-Please review our list of local hotels with dicounted UNT rates. Note - We encourage you to contact all hotels directly, as restrictions might be in place due to COVID-19. 

Additional questions?

-Feel free to contact us directly at 940-565-3423 or

College of Music Student Ambassadors

About the program:

Implemented in fall 2012, the Ambassador program promotes and represents the College of Music (COM) and the University by assisting the COM Admissions Office with tours and outreach, working with the COM Development Office and providing leadership and support for all music majors.

How can I be a College of Music Ambassador?

Ambassador applications will be available for all College of Music students in March for the following academic year.

Have a question for one of our College of Music Ambassadors? Email

Music Ambassadors

Trenton - Holding Horn
Trenton Junior Major: Performance Instrument: Horn Hometown: Baytown, Texas
Landon Senior Major: Music Education/Performance Instrument: Saxophone Hometown: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Jessica Junior Major: Music Education Instrument: Voice Hometown: Carrollton, Texas
Tyler - Holding Flute
Tyler Sophomore Major: Music Education Instrument: Flute Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Veronica, music ambassador
Veronica Junior Major: Performance Instrument: Voice Hometown: Plano, Texas
Katelyn - Music Ambassador
Katelyn Sophomore Major: Jazz Studies Instrument: Voice Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Nicole, music ambassador
Nicole Senior Major: Music Education Instrument: Percussion Hometown: Schaumburg, Illinois

College Fairs and Conventions

We hope to meet you soon during a College of Music Tour or one of the events listed below! 

Date Time Event More Information
Thursday, October 8, 2020 8:00 PM-11:00 PM National Performing Arts Virtual College Fair Registration 
Sunday, October 25, 2020 1:00 PM-4:00 PM National Performing Arts Virtual College Fair Registration 
Thursday, November 12, 2020 7:00 PM-10:00 PM National Performing Arts Virtual College Fair Registration 
Monday, November 23, 2020 6:00 PM-9:00 PM National Performing Arts Virtual College Fair Registration