1. Alumni

Benefits and Privileges

We believe family is everything, and we want to keep our relationship with you going strong even after graduation. That's why we offer special programs for SFCM alumni.

Visiting SFCM

We encourage our alums to stay in touch and visit the campus. Due to space constraints, we are unable to extend practice room or rehearsal room privileges to alumni, however, you may qualify for unescorted access to the building by filling out the Priority Access Form. Once approval is granted, you may enter the Conservatory with a photo ID. For questions about building access, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at 415-503-6307 or alum@sfcm.edu.


Order your transcript at studentclearinghouse.org. For other degree records, inquiries, or problems with ordering your transcripts please contact Karen Siverson at ksiverson@sfcm.edu.

Facility Rentals

Reduced rates for hall rentals are available to Conservatory alumni. Please contact Chris Ramos, Associate Production Manager and Box Office/Reception Coordinator, at rentals@sfcm.edu or 415-701-6241.

Library Access

Alumni have access to the SFCM library and can check out items with a $50 deposit. Contact alum@sfcm.edu to get a library access form.

Professional Development Resources

Alumni are encouraged to take advantage of career advising and professional development resources offered through our Professional Development and Engagement Center (PDEC). Visit the PDEC website to learn more and to make an appointment with an advisor.

Working Advantage Discount Program

SFCM alums can save up to 60% on tickets, travel, and shopping. Receive exclusive discounts on SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Target.com, AMC Theatres, Regal Cinemas, Overstock.com, as well as hotels, sporting events, family events, Broadway theatre, and more.e

To enroll for free, email alum@sfcm.edu to receive your Member ID Number. Then, go to workingadvantage.com/register, enter your Member ID Number, and create your account.

You’ll receive 100 bonus Advantage Points for registering online.

Mentorship Program

Add your support.

Whether you’re a recent grad or pondering a career pivot, a mentor can offer a valuable sounding board. A mentorship often leads to expanded connections, internships, and jobs. Drawing upon their talents in music performance and beyond, our mentors have included radio producers, venture capitalists, arts leaders, and attorneys.

To participate as mentor or mentee, contact alum@sfcm.edu.

Meetups, Networking, and Talks

Join the community.

Alumni are welcome to attend the many performances and master classes that take place at the Conservatory throughout the academic year. We also host a number of social and educational networking events in the Bay Area and other major cities across the U.S., specifically for alumni. Visit the Alumni Events page to learn more about what’s coming up.