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 Student Music Therapy Club 



The music therapy students at Slippery Rock University are actively involved in promoting the field of music therapy in their community. Throughout the semester, they engage in a variety of community events, volunteer events, and service projects.  Our students are involved in national, regional, and local student projects throughout the year. 

This year's SRU Music Therapy Club Benefit Concert raised over $200 to assist our students in attending a regional conference in the Spring. Our students are active in a variety of service projects during the year. If you'd like for some of our music therapy students to come and talk with your High School Band, Orchestra, or Choir, please contact Dr. Susan Hadley (724) 738-2446. We would be happy to schedule this for you. Read the SRU MT Club song!

What types of projects does the SRU MT Club work on?

    • Benefit Concerts
    • Adaptive Drum Circles
    • Career Fairs
    • 5K Walk/Runs
    • Various Fundraisers 


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Featured Student:
Ashley Taylor
Music Therapy Major
Featured Student: Ashley Taylor

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The SRU Music Therapy Club raised over $600 for The RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) Foundation for the annual Spring Benefit Concert in 2011!