The School of Music at SIU is dedicated to transforming the academic lives of our current and prospective students. We've designed our site specifically to assist each individual with resources needed to succeed in their journey towards success.
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To Register for a Locker:
Locker rental is for one Fall and Spring semester. You will need to rent a locker every Fall semester.
If you rent a locker late in the Fall or in the Spring semester, the fee will still be $11.
Please register with this link, pay the $11 fee, then bring the confirmation email to the Front Office in ALTGELD 103.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Health and Safety
The School of Music at SIU, as required by the National Association of Schools of Music is obligated to inform students and faculty of health and safety issues, hazards, and procedures inherent in practice, performance, teaching and listening both in general and as applicable to their specific specializations. This includes but is not limited to information regarding hearing, vocal and musculoskeletal health, injury prevention, and the use, proper handling and operation of potentially dangerous materials, equipment, and technology.
Individuals are personally responsible for avoiding risk and preventing injuries to themselves before, during, and after study or employment in the SIU School of Music. The policies, protocols, and operational procedures developed by the School of Music do not alter or cancel any individual’s personal responsibility to make responsible personal decisions. They serve only to better educate and inform the students and faculty of the School of Music.
The information provided here is for information purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment by a licensed professional, nor is it a substitute for each individual’s responsibility to cultivate his or her own healthy habits on a daily basis.
- Saluki Cares
- Student Health Services
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Disability Services
General Health Information from NASM (National Association of Schools of Music) and PAMA (Performing Arts Medicine Association)
As an institution accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music, SIU School of Music suggests the following resources from NASM and PAMA. All links are available as PDF files below.
General Advice from the SIU School of Music
The following summaries have been provided to you by SIU School of Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine and Department of Orthopedic Surgery. As previously noted, these statements are for informative purposes only and are not a substitute for medical advice or treatment by a licensed professional—nor is it a substitute for each individual’s responsibility to cultivate his or her own healthy habits on a daily basis. All links are available as PDF files below.
Dr. James Daniels is a Professor of Family and Community Medicine and Orthopedic Surgery. He is Board Certified in Preventive Medicine with a subspecialty in Occupational Medicine, Family Medicine, and Sports Medicine. He has an MPH from the Medical College in Wisconsin with emphasis on human ergonomics. He is the Director of SIU Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship in Quincy, Illinois.
Dr. May Kim is an Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine at the Quincy Program. She has a special interest in treating performing artists for medical conditions.
Dr. James Daniels and Dr. May Kim can be contacted for non-urgent medical problems at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or by phone at 217-224-9484. If you are experiencing an urgent medical problem, please see your family healthcare provider or a healthcare provider at the Student Health Center.