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Student Organizations
Music students at UD have numerous opportunities to connect with each other through campus chapters of industry associations as well as Registered Student Organizations.

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia & Sigma Alpha Iota
The University of Delaware Department of Music sponsors chapters of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia and Sigma Alpha Iota, professional music fraternities for men and women respectively. Visit the home pages for the Xi Mu chapter of Phi Mu Alpha and the Eto Rho chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota. 

National Association for Music Education
The National Association for Music Education (NAfME),formerly the MENC, and specifically our college chapter , is a group dedicated to acquainting students with the responsibilities of the music education profession, assisting the Department of Music with various projects throughout the year and bringing together students who are interested in music education.

American Choral Directors Association
The American Choral Directors Association is a non-profit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research and teaching.

The Society of Composers, Inc.
The University of Delaware Student Chapter of The Society of Composers, Inc. is open to music composition and performance students. Established in 2003, the chapter works to promote the compositions of its members through regular public performances, as well as hosting guest professional composers on the UD campus. The chapter also works to raise awareness of the field of contemporary classical music within the university and the surrounding community. The Society of Composers, Inc. is a professional society dedicated to the promotion of composition, performance, understanding and dissemination of new and contemporary music. Members include composers and performers both in and outside of academia interested in addressing concerns for national and regional support of compositional activities. The organizational body of the Society is comprised of a National Council, co-chairs who represent regional activities, and the Executive Committee.
American String Teachers Association
Student membership is open to any full-time student attending a public, private or parochial school, college or university. Membership in ASTA can be a very meaningful and rewarding experience. As a student member you receive our quarterly journal, American String Teacher; have networking opportunities through our e-communities and Facebook; receive recognition through our journal, website and awards program; are eligible to attend conferences and workshops sponsored by ASTA at a special student rate; and may take advantage of all the national member programs that ASTA has to offer.

The Jazz Educators and Performers Association
The JEPA supports students studying jazz by bringing in guest artists to perform and conduct clinics, hosting jam sessions and big band reading sessions, and supporting the Jazz Festival held in the spring. 

Music & Entertainment Industry Student Association (MEISA)
The student association of the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEISA) is a national network of student chapters interested in music management and the entertainment industry. 

Registered Student Organizations
Music students can participate in several student-run performance groups on campus including the musical groups below:

Links for Musicians and Music Students: