2019 Blugold Marching Band Application

Applications will be processed at intervals throughout the spring. You will receive a response by email. If you have not received a response within 4 weeks, please send an email to dickerrc@uwec.edu. Please remember to check your spam folder.

If you were a BMB member in 2018, you do not need to fill out an application unless you are switching sections.

 
Name *
Name
Your personal cell phone or a way to contact you directly
The school from which you graduated and/or participated in marching band
This will not affect your admission to BMB. This information is used anonymously and for tracking only.
BMB spots are in high demand so your interest level will be an important factor in determining your acceptance. If you are a music education major and your only reason for applying is because it is required for your major you will not be given a spot.
Your intended major does not affect your acceptance into BMB. It is okay to say "undecided".
Was your marching experience primarily in parades, field shows, etc.? What kind of shows have you done? Have you performed field shows for competition? Have you ever marched drum and bugle corps?
Section leader, Drum major, Squad leader, Band president, etc.
EX: 4-H, clubs/organizations, student council, etc.
Include name, position, and contact information.
Drumline and Colorguard Camp: Aug 19-23; Full BMB Camp: Aug 26-30
Colorguard auditions will be held in May. You will receive audition information after your application is received.
Drumline auditions will be held in May. You will receive audition information after your application is received.
The BMB uses a white uniform marching shoe. The cost is included in your fees and you will receive your shoes at camp. Please provide us with your shoe size, including gender. (ie Men's 10.5 or Women's 7)
Do we need to be aware of allergies or dietary restrictions before you arrive at camp? Please put "none" if not applicable.
In January 2020, members of the BMB will travel to Sydney, Australia followed by a 12-night cruise to New Zealand. Incoming freshmen are invited to travel, but your participation is completely voluntary and your decision will not affect your admission to BMB. We have 475 spots reserved but all 475 spots are currently spoken for. If you want to go, you'll need to be put on the wait list. We expect several drops before the Fall so your chances of getting a spot are very good. For more information, please see the "International Trip 2020" page under the "About" tab. Please read the trip details carefully before answering this question. Do you plan to travel to Australia & New Zealand?