Performing Arts

Student Organizations

NAfME - The National Organization for Music Education is the leading organization for music educators in the United States. The student chapter at Rowan is open to all music education majors. The chapter meets regularly to hear guest speakers, plan service activities, and to support local and regional music education organizations. Members regularly attend the NJCMENC and NJMEA conferences as well as regional music education conferences. For more information, visit http:/ and

Phi Mu Alpa - Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is a national fraternity of music. Rowan's chapter of Phi Mu Alpha is the Zeta Alpha Chapter. The chapter strives to display the values of the fraternity in our studies, musicianship, and even in our daily lives. The Zeta Alpha chapter is active in musical performance both on campus and in the community. We often perform for elderly and group homes to help lift the spirits of those living there. Our goal is to promote the advancement of music in America and to be loyal to our alma mater. The members of Rowan's chapter of Phi Mu Alpha would be eager to meet anyone with a love for music. Please feel free to contact the chapter's president Chirstopher Evans at or visit

Sigma Alpha Iota - Sigma Alpha Iota is an International Music Fraternity for Women that works to further the development of music in America and throughout the world, uphold the highest standards of music, and to give inspiration and aid to its members. The Kappa Alpha Chapter here at Rowan University, focuses on creating a desire and appreciation for musical growth, increase the interest in music throughout the campus and community, support the music department in its endeavors, encourage academic integrity from its members, and to give back to the community and campus with service and monetary contributions. Members include undergraduate and graduate music students, alumnae, professional musicians and outstanding music patrons. For information about recruitment or the chapter, please visit our website at: or visit the SAI Bulletin Board in the main hallway of Wilson Hall.