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LEEDS UNIVERSITY UNION

music society

QUIENES SOMOS?

Leeds University Union Music Society (LUUMS) es una de las sociedades más grandes de la Universidad de Leeds. Nuestros conjuntos abarcan desde coros, bandas de música y orquestas sinfónicas de una variedad de habilidades, por lo que realmente tenemos algo para todos.

Para obtener más información sobre nuestra sociedad, siga el enlace aquí .

¿Estás buscando involucrarte o necesitas artistas para un evento? Envíenos un mensaje aquí y estaremos encantados de ayudarlo y brindarle toda la información que necesita.

Echa un vistazo a todos nuestros próximos eventos aquí .

Trabajamos constantemente para hacer que LUUMS sea lo mejor posible, y necesitamos su ayuda. Si tiene algún comentario sobre LUUMS, por ejemplo, sobre cómo se gestiona la sociedad, los conjuntos, las redes sociales o la diversidad e inclusión, nos encantaría saber de usted. Todas las respuestas son completamente anónimas. Si desea recibir noticias nuestras sobre sus comentarios, no dude en dejarnos su correo electrónico y nos pondremos en contacto.

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Discrimination Policy


The Marin School admits students of any race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin, or handicap to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, scholarship programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.




Admissions and Financial Aid Policy


The Marin School abides by the Bay Area Admissions Directors (BAAD) Principles of Good Practice. On behalf of each participating Bay Area independent high school, the Bay Area Admission Directors agree to:

  • Observe common dates for the filing of applications, the mailing of decision letters, the receipt of enrollment responses, the filing of financial aid applications, and the notification of financial aid decisions.
  • Use and accept common teacher and counselor recommendation forms and the transcript release and confidentiality form.
  • Not fund students beyond their demonstrated need (using the guidelines of the School and Student Service for Financial Aid or other independent school financial aid service.)
  • Hold admission-sponsored recruiting events for applicants and/or their families before the January priority filing application date. With the exception of campus visits and interviews, we agree to avoid hosting admission-sponsored recruiting events after the January priority filing date.
  • Refrain from recruitment mailing (including emailing) after February 1. Examples of mailings include, but are not limited to, the advertising and direct invitation to school events, such as performances or athletic competitions.
  • Observe “Quiet Week,” meaning that schools will not initiate contact with families or hold recruiting events–apart from revisits for admitted students–between the decision mailing date and the enrollment contract deadline. This is intended to provide students and their families undisturbed space and time to make their decision.
  • Not provide or send gifts (such as T-shirts, mugs, or gift certificates) to accepted students before they enroll in the school.
  • Not initiate calls or meetings with applicants from our faculty and staffs and any person affiliated with the school community, except during a student’s visit to campus. Inquiries about specific programs from applicants or their families, other than during the student visit, will be answered appropriately.
  • Encourage the substitution of individual high school evenings at middle schools for regional high school fairs.
  • Foster open communication between schools when a student currently enrolled in one independent high school chooses to apply to another independent high school.
At The Marin School, admissions decisions are made by an admissions committee consisting of faculty and staff members. Committee members review each student’s application and associated materials to determine if a student is the best fit for our community. Factors taken into consideration by the Admissions Committee include courses taken, grades earned, and teacher and counselor recommendations. The Marin School has a test optional admissions process; standardized test scores are not required, but families may submit them if are inclined. Financial aid decisions are made by the Financial Aid Committee consisting of members of the administration. These decisions are made independently of admissions decisions. The Marin School does not offer merit scholarships. All financial aid awards are based on demonstrated need, as calculated by School and Student Services (SSS), in collaboration with the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). The Marin School maintains confidential Financial Aid records for all applicants. All Financial Aid awards are confidential agreements between the recipient family and The Marin School.