Music Therapy at Howard University

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Did you know? 

Howard University, founded in 1867, is the only HBCU with a music therapy program within the MAR! The music program started at the school in 1870, and as of 2021 has been renamed as Chadwick A. Boseman College of Fine Arts in honor of the great alumnus. Follow this link to learn more about the rich history of the School of Music at Howard University:

MAR-AMTA wants to take time to help raise awareness of and provide support to this impressive and innovative Music Therapy program. Join us in spreading the word about this program and consider providing support via donations through the links below: 

Black Music Therapy Network Student Scholarship fund- Donations collected are used to fund scholarships through the BMTN that can be awarded to music therapy students at Howard that apply:

Other Support for Howard University MTs- Howard University has identified a need for support from the music therapy community with clinical placements, networking/mentorship for students, guests lecturers, and mentorship/support for faculty. Please fill out this Google Form to indicate any support you are able to provide in these areas:

If you are interested in learning about other ways to support students and Howard University, please reach out to Jasmine Edwardsat or PR Chair Cheyenna Eagleat