Loudoun Campus employs numerous full-time and adjunct music faculty to support all the music offerings on and off campus. Students can participate in the Fine Arts Music Program on a part-time basis concentrating on learning a particular instrument or studying voice. Others seeking a B.A. degree will need to take additional required courses in preparation for eventual transfer to a four-year college. Many students 'take a sabbatical' at Loudoun where they find the foundation of their studies, especially in music theory, with the intention of taking advantage of the State's guaranteed transfer enrollment. Loudoun music faculty provide a 'nurturing' environment which encourages learning and achievement.
Class Schedule & Music Courses Links
- Associate of Applied Arts (A.A.A.) Degree
- Loudoun Campus Music Classes
- Music Class Descriptions
- NOVA Schedule of Classes
- College Catalog
The programs in the Division of Communications & Human Studies are sustained, in part, by funds from the Virginia Community College System. However, these funds do not always cover the expenses of purchasing and maintaining quality equipment. The Education Foundation exists to accept donations for programmatic support and will hold these funds for use by specific programs.
To gift a program make a check payable to the Education Foundation, NVCC. On that check, identify the following account: Music Program, Loudoun. Mail the check to:
Northern Virginia Community College
Loudoun Campus Communications & Human Studies Division
Attn: Dr. John Wulff
21200 Campus Drive
Sterling, VA 20164
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. John Wulff at 703.450.2624.