Adult & Rutgers College Student Programs

Adult and collegiate student programs facilitate exploration and lifelong experiences in the arts. Courses of study in music are available for beginners, enthusiastic amateurs, and those with professional training.  
 
Please contact our registrar, Ms. Dana Wilson for more information -  848-932-8618, dw538@mgsa.rutgers.edu. 
 
Financing for continuing education (including study at the Extension Division) is available from the Rutgers Federal Credit Union.

Music

 

DJEMBENIQUE - group drumming
When: Saturdays in June: 6/9, 6/16, 6/23, 6/30, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Cost: $195
Class location: Nicholas Music Center - Rehearsal Hall 104, Douglass Campus, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Learn more & register online | visit the Djembenique webpage | Download flyer

Open to music educators, church music directors, and people who’ve just always wanted to try drumming.

A unique group drumming class for adults that combines West African and Brazilian-based rhythms and instruments.
This class is conceived with players of any level of musical and drumming experience – including none – in mind and its aim is to allow people to experience the sheer joy that music from these parts of the world evokes. Although its presentation bears some resemblance to drum circles, all instruments will be presented in a context that is connected to their origins. Instruments will be provided, but you may also bring your own djembes, dununs, or Brazilian bateria.
 

CHAMBER MUSIC

Adult Chamber Music Program
This course is scheduled to occur within the Rutgers University calendar. 

PRIVATE MUSIC INSTRUCTION

Private Lessons (instrumental instruction, voice, theory, and composition)
A specially configured private lesson schedule is available to Rutgers University students.  

 

Visual Arts

Independent Study: Small Group Training for Intermediate and Advanced Students
This course is scheduled to occur within the Rutgers University calendar. 


Digital Media

AVID Media Certification*
This course is scheduled to occur within the Rutgers University calendar.