Summer Conference University Credit
Michigan State University
MUS 891 Sec. 306 1 credit ($726.50)
Vocal Music Educators Conference
Classes are at the Radisson Hotel, Lansing.
Dr. David Rayl, professor of choral conducting and director of choral programs, MSU
Hosted by the Michigan School Vocal Music Association, the Summer Conference is designed for those
wishing to improve their conducting skills and rehearsal techniques and their knowledge of appropriate
repertoire. Prior to attending, please contact the Graduate Office at firstname.lastname@example.org for course expectations
To receive credit, you must register through both MSU (for MSU credit) and with MSVMA (for conference
fees and participation). For more information, contact MSVMA at www.msvma.org.
Summer Courses or Conferences Only (Not Seeking a Degree)
Students interested in attending one or more courses or conferences without seeking a degree must enroll as a
Lifelong Education student through MSU. You must have a high school diploma or the equivalent; applicants
who have earned a bachelor’s degree are classified as Graduate Lifelong Education students.
First-time Lifelong Education students can apply online at www.reg.msu.edu.
To enroll, you’ll need your MSU NetID (the first part of your email address minus “@msu.edu”) and password.
You will also need an override for your classes. Please contact the Graduate Office at email@example.com with
course number and title. Overrides will be entered daily and you will be able to enroll the following day.
As innovative leaders in vocal music education, we provide experiences to inspire our diverse community.
Our vision is to reach the hearts of all people through song.
The MSVMA Offices are located in the Timme Building on the campus of Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan.