Click here to view the registry of CMI Members. If you're looking for someone to play or collaborate with, this is a good place to start!
In order to gain access to the CMI Offices, Members need to become Members in Good Standing by paying their dues for that semester. See the Banner for more current information. Click the Key below to see the current Key List.
View the CMI Weekly Schedule for meetings and events. To reserve a regular spot, talk to an exec during office hours or send an email to email@example.com
The CMI is always welcoming new members, though Key List access is limited, so make sure to submit your dues at the beginning of each semester!
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Who can join the CMI?
The CMI welcomes applications from any and all current, non-graduated students. The Incubator's use of an application process both allows us to collect necessary information from members whilst ensuring that new members can be properly trained, informed and integrated into the club!
How do I join the CMI?
You can join the CMI by simply signing up using the CMI website. In order to gain access to the key list, you need to pay your semester dues. See the dues section for more information.
Why does the CMI collect dues?
The CMI collects dues for several reasons. The first reason is that it allows the club a contingency fund, as well as increased flexibility, in the event of the revocation of SGA Funding. Dues also help to provide a deterrent to theft and allow for a tiered system of resources that can be made available to Members. Instructions on how to pay your dues can be found in the Sign Up form.
What does the CMI have to offer?
The CMI offers the following resources to musicians: 1. Practice rooms with guitars, basses, horns, keyboards,
2. Recording equipment including mixers, microphones,
and software, as well as Members who offer their production skills.
3. Performance opportunities from various departments around campus as well as in the CMI produced performances and concerts.
4. Networking opportunities with other musicians including sharing the bill at concerts and the CMI Registry. If you're looking for a band to play with or other musicians to collaborate with, the CMI is the perfect place to start.
Who runs the CMI?
The CMI is run by the Board of Principle Members, which includes two Co-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, and Director of PR.
Where is the CMI?
The CMI Offices are located on the basement floor of Roberts Union, next to the Radio Station.