Thanks for checking out the A&L Student Insiders page on OrgSync. To become part of our group, all you need to do is add our org to your list of favorites and OrgSync will automatically include our upcoming events on your calendar.
As an A&L Student Insider member, you can receive the following benefits (for FREE!):
• Gain access to amazing special ticket prices, raffle giveaways and local business discounts
• Be in the loop for student offers: artist workshops, receptions, and exclusive access to your favorite performers
• Experience artists, filmmakers, musicians, writers, and creative entrepreneurs while networking with other UCSB students
• Advance notices on events and early ticket giveaways
These are just some of the ways A&L is saying "thank you" to UCSB students for your ongoing support of our program.
Stay tuned for more updates about how to become more involved in Arts & Lectures!
The Arts & Lectures Student Insiders aims to boost student interest and participation in Arts & Lectures (A&L) programs through improving communication between A&L and the student community, and promoting student awareness, accessibility, and value of A&L programs.
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