Support Music


Help ensure the future of QU's music tradition...

Quincy University takes pride in offering free quality music programs to the community. As a university, we invest in our faculty and students to provide them the equipment, resources, and space necessary to excel. Please join other music patrons in pledging your financial support to keep this musical tradition alive.  

North Campus Music Enhancement Opportunities

Plans for the relocation and expansion of the music department are underway. The music department and key communication areas of broadcast technology will move into B-Building. The renovated building will include the following:

  • Piano lab
  • Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) lab
  • Black-box theater
  • Audio recording studio
  • Television broadcast studio
  • Sound-proof classrooms
  • Student practice rooms
  • Faculty offices
  • Instrument storage and other essentials

To support Quincy University's music relocation efforts, click HERE

Music Scholarships

Establishing or supporting an existing music scholarship is a great way to ensure talented students with financial need have the opportunity to pursue music studies. You can support any of the previously established scholarships or start your own with a $25,000 investment. Click HERE for full list of scholarships with descriptions

  • Joseph Bonansinga Scholarship
  • Alfred P. & Donald S. deMero Scholarship
  • Joseph D. Fisher Memorial Music Scholarship
  • Judy (Perko) Heinze Music Scholarship
  • John E. & Robert D. Helmer Fine Arts Scholarship
  • Russell F. Lahl II Scholarship for String Bass Players
  • Connie Niemann Music Scholarship
  • Bradley M. Schuttler Memorial Scholarship
  • Judith A. Wand Memorial Scholarship
  • Naomi Watts Memorial Scholarship
  • Gary K. & Sue Ann Winking Scholarship

General Music Info

Quincy University offers two degrees in the music field:  Music and Communication/Music Production. In addition, students of all majors participate in Concert Choir (38), Chamber Choir (16), Jazz Ensemble (17), Symphonic Band (30), and Marching Band (36). The music program presents six to eight concerts each semester in addition to a biennial Madrigal Dinner and an annual Spring Musical.  Popular core Liberal Arts Foundation Courses, such as Music Appreciation and The History of Jazz and Rock, expose students of all disciplines to music education- attracting over 100 students each year.