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Whether you aspire to become a professional performer or a music educator, to continue graduate studies in music, or to simply enhance your musical abilities and interest, the Harding University Department of Music has something for you! Our comprehensive music program, accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, offers undergraduate degrees in music and music education. Highly qualified faculty members will take a personal interest in your musical and spiritual development. We invite you to become part of the Harding music community.
Message from the Chair
Future students: Explore these pages and get to know us. Then come to campus with your family and friends and experience Harding’s unique academic, religious, and social atmosphere. Let us work with you to achieve your music career goals. Visit our "Degrees and Majors" page for the steps you need to take in order to join us at Harding.
Alumni and friends: Use this Web site and our E.notes Newsletter as a means of staying informed about music department activities. Keep in touch with us, and invite future Harding students to visit this site and our Searcy campus.
Kelly Neill, Department Chair
The Department of Music is housed in the Donald W. Reynolds Center for Music and Communication. The music office is located immediately on your left as you enter the building. Hours are 8-12 and 1-5, Monday through Friday during the fall and spring semesters. Summer hours are more limited.phone 501-279-4343
When you are planning your campus visit, please contact the admissions office and music department ahead of time so that we may make your time with us as productive as possible.