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Artslink FAQs

STUDENT QUESTIONS

Can I bring a friend with me to an ArtsLink event?

Although the events themselves are open to your friends and the public, an ArtsLink event, like a discussion section for a course, is assigned by your professor to augment classroom instruction and is limited to students registered for that course.

 

What happens if I can’t attend the night my professor assigned the event?

Are there any alternate dates? If you cannot attend the show on the night assigned by your professor, please ask them to notify us. We will do our best to help find another date for you to attend.

 

How can I share suggestions about the ArtsLink program?

We’d love to hear from you. Please email Rebecca Popp (rp2077@columbia.edu) with your comments and suggestions.

 

FACULTY QUESTIONS

Will there be enough tickets for all the students in my class?

We will purchase the number of tickets specified on your request form – remember to include yourself, other faculty, and TAs in your count. Those tickets will be held until the purchase deadline.

 

I teach multiple sections or classes. Can all my students attend the same performance? Will we be sitting together?

Your class(es) can attend the same night or two different nights depending on your preference. We will do our best to reserve a block of adjacent seats, but sometimes the group will be seated in the same approximate section.

 

How do my students purchase their tickets?

Your students can come to the Ticket and Information Center (TIC) in Lerner Hall to purchase their tickets. We can also make arrangements to come to your class to sell and distribute tickets on-site.

 

How many events can I request?

We can subsidize tickets for one event per class per semester. If you would like to take your class to multiple events, we’ll be happy to help you make those arrangements, but we regret that we cannot subsidize more than one event per class per semester.

 

How can I share suggestions about the ArtsLink program?

We’d love to hear from you. Please email Rebecca Popp (rp2077@columbia.edu) with your comments and suggestions.