Beloved actor Danny Trejo meets with UCSB students (April 2023)

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UCSB Student Opportunities

Discounted Tickets

Arts & Lectures is pleased to offer substantial discounts (and often even free admission) to UCSB students. Visit each event page for pricing information. UCSB student tickets go on sale the same time as single tickets, typically in early August. 

*Full-time, currently-enrolled UCSB students are eligible to purchase student rate tickets (one ticket per ID). UCSB students must show a valid UCSB student ID at the time of purchase and at the event or be charged the additional cost for a general public ticket. Published prices may exclude fees.


Learn from some of today's hottest musicians, renowned dancers, revered authors and more. MUSE (Maximizing the UCSB Student Experience) provides real-world insights and drives students to engage and create via master classes, workshops, lecture-demonstrations and more. 


Be a part of one of the most exciting and reputable performing arts organizations in the nation, bringing unique cultural experiences to your community. A&L employs 50+ students annually to assist with a variety of administrative, ticketing/customer service and event production activities. View and apply for available work study positions on Handshake.

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