Conservatory of Music
Student Success Scholarships
Conservatory graduates excel in all walks of life, including medicine, law, education, the ministry, healthcare and technology, among others. We believe that these students should not be held back by financial circumstances.
Associate Vice President
Conservatory of Music
Eberhardt School of Business
Judy is responsible for oversight of the college and school-based major giving program on the Stockton campus. Having spent more than 20 years working in higher education, her purpose is to increase access to higher education through philanthropy. Judy holds a BS from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration from the University of Vermont and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
A life in music requires rigorous discipline, sacrifice, entrepreneurial verve and adaptability—traits that are transferable to everyday life success. Possession of these traits demonstrate why Conservatory graduates excel in all walks of life, including medicine, law, education, the ministry, healthcare and technology, among others.
We believe that students who possess these characteristics should not be held back by financial circumstances. Yet, 3 out of 4 Conservatory of Music students receive merit aid awarded with generous gifts from donors, while 70 percent of students receive Academic aid in the form of President’s or Regents Scholarship. The Conservatory enrolls the largest percentage of student within the University who have received the distinguished Powell Scholarships, which covers one or more years of tuition and fees.Give
Conservatory of Music Initiatives
Endowed Faculty Positions
Gifts of endowment allow donors to directly enhance the opportunity for the brightest minds to focus on advancing musical pedagogy and culture.More Information
Pacific is committed to community engagement, a notion stronger than “outreach”.More Information
“What’s Next” Initiative
In 2078 the Conservatory of Music will be 200 years old. What will music education be, how will communities use music to define identity, culture, expression?More Information
Funding and support for tours, competitions and residencies augment student education and bring notoriety and recognition to Pacific. A consistent touring presence strengthens experiential learning of students, by allowing them to gain the skills necessary to be successful in their careers.More Information