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Student Music Organizations


ArtStreet serves as the health and wellbeing hub in the middle of the student neighborhood. Whether you are stopping by for a psychology class, grabbing a healthy snack from the Cafe, running to a yoga class, seeking a quiet space to study, hanging out with a therapy dog, visiting with friends, enjoying an outdoor event or you are coming home to your apartment, the Brook Center at ArtStreet is here as a space for all people to feel at home. Drop by and find a new way that you can embrace healthy relationships and healthy choices in your life.

For more information, contact the Art Street Office: (937) 229-5101 

Music Ministry

Good music makes a profound difference in the vibrant celebration of liturgy. Please consider sharing your gifts of voice or instrument with the UD worshipping community. Every Sunday Mass and every evening residence hall Mass has its own student-led choirs and instrumental musicians. If you are interested in joining a choir, visit our website, speak to a student leader at that Mass or reach out to Scott Paeplow, the Principal Music Minister, at 937-229-2052.

Sigma Alpha Iota

Delta Sigma is the University's chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota women's music fraternity. SAI Sisters achieve greatness in academia and music and are leaders both within the Department of Music and among the University. SAI is made up of both music majors and non-music majors, with all sisters participating in music in their class curriculum. "Vita Brevis, Ars Longa - Life is short, Art is long."

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Established in 1961 as a speaker and performance series, ArtsLIVE now primarily presents concerts by visiting professional ensembles from around the world. Our mission is simple: to present outstanding arts experiences, and cultivate cultural curiosity. Each year, the series showcases a broad range of traditions, classical, jazz and world music, and musicians may travel from as far away as Brazil and Pakistan, to as near as Michigan and New York. ArtsLIVE events are open to both campus and community. Thanks to support from the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Cityfolk Jazznet and Vanguard Legacy Endowments, tickets are free for University of Dayton students and priced affordably for others.

For more information, contact the ArtsLIVE Office: (937) 229-2787 

Music Therapy Club

The UD Music Therapy Club's mission is to educate, advocate, and provide meaningful service. Club serves the greater Dayton community by providing music enrichment activities to underserved and marginalized individuals and groups. Membership is open to anyone who is passionate about music or who is interested in learning more about the profession of music therapy.

For more information, visit us on Facebook.

Phi Mu Alpha

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the world's largest and oldest national fraternal society in music. PMA provides service to all on-campus ensembles, as well as the musical needs of individual students. PMA seeks men of music from all walks of life; whether your passion is in the study of arts, law, or engineering, so long as music touches your life.

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Ohio Collegiate Music Educators Association (OCMEA)

The Ohio Music Educators Association is the third largest of the 52 federal state affiliates of The National Association for Music Education (NAfME). OCMEA provides music education students with various opportunities to explore, discuss, and learn about the field of music education by sharing the knowledge and experience of other professionals.

For more information, contact Dr. Latasha Thomas-Durrell


Department of Music

Fitz Hall, Room 475
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2946