In June 1853, Eben Tourjée, at the time a nineteen-year-old music teacher from Providence, Rhode Island, made his first attempt to found a music conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts. He met with a group of Boston's most influential musical leaders to discuss a school based on the conservatories of Europe.
NEC offers degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels in performance and composition. At the graduate level, we also offer conducting, collaborative piano, music theory, musicology, and vocal pedagogy.
In 2018, it is highly advantageous for a professional musician or an organization made up of professional musicians, to have the skills to plan for and carry out a fundraising campaign. In fact, building a career on the strength of a thoughtfully cultivated web of relationships is increasingly becoming essential in the 21st century as the security provided by large institutions is dwindles.
NEC boasts a dynamic diversity among the student body, which enriches the NEC community in many wonderful ways. Students share not only their superb musical talents, but also a wide array of abilities, interests, and passions.
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General guidance and support is available within the Student Computer Lab. Computer Lab student staff members are provided with formal training by ITS staff during the start of each semester, and upon request.
Our priority is the health and wellness of our students. Our mission is to provide student centered care that optimizes student health and enhances academic achievement and performance excellence.
The Residence Hall is staffed by nine full-time student and paraprofessional staff members, Resident Assistants (RAs) and Graduate Assistants (GAs), along with one full-time professional staff member, the Assistant Dean of Campus Life. Our student staff members work to create a communal environment within the Residence Hall through personal interaction with their peers and by sponsoring creative programs to support the philosophy and objectives of Residence Life at New England Conservatory.
If they do not have an NUID Card issued after September 1, 2015, they will need go to the Northeastern University Husky ID Office, located at 4 Speare Place (adjacent to the Marino Center on Huntington Ave) to obtain a Husky ID Card. They will use this Husky ID Card to enter the gym. The membership will be valid starting on 9/1/2016. After September 1, 2016, there will be a 1 business day turn-around to obtain the Husky card and have the card activated for gym access
NEC's many recognized Student Clubs & Organizations celebrate and promote the diversity of our student body. We aim to promote friendship, dialogue, and understanding among all students. Our current Student Clubs & Organizations are listed below. If you don't find what you're looking for, you can start your own group! Stop by the Student Activities Center for information.
New England Conservatory is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (formerly the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.).
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