Second-year student Ian Kerr-Mace praised the program and faculty members for offering an extraordinary music program, but noted the cramped space of the department. Getting practice outside of class is also harder to get done, said Kerr-Mace, because the limited space on campus hampers studying.
"It is not always looks, but the music department at first glance is not what you would expect, well, maybe at a community college it is," said Kerr-Mace. "People come here and they don't know where the music department is at first, because they don't see anything that really stand out to them as a music building. With this addition people will be able to come over from Route 50, from Scotia, and they will be able to see where the music department is.""