Mercer University

Mercer University Mercer University was founded in 1833 in Penfield by Georgia Baptists. The school, under the leadership of Baptist minister and spiritual father Adiel Sherwood, was named for Jesse Mercer, a prominent Baptist leader and the first chair of the Mercer Board of Trustees.  Undergraduate Degrees   Bachelor of Music in Performance The Bachelor of Music in Performance …

Houghton College

Houghton College Located in Houghton (Allegany County), this private, Christian, liberal arts college began in 1883 as a seminary (high school) under the Wesleyan Methodist Connection. Coeducational from its founding, Houghton operated as a secondary school for its first 15 years. In 1899 a few college classes were offered; the college department’s first diploma was …

West Chester University

West Chester University Explore a career in music at the West Chester University Wells School of Music, accredited with the National Association of Schools of Music. Programs are available in Music Performance, Education, Theory, History, Composition, Music with Elective Studies in an Outside Field, and Music Therapy. With state-of-the-art rehearsal and performing facilities and scholarship …