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How do I reserve a seat for a show?

  1. Watch for notifications about shows. Each month an email with upcoming shows will be sent out via the listserv. 
  2. Check to see if a show is available (it will appear as a link on the list).
  3. Log into HAL, click on an event, and click apply. If your application is accepted we'll have you come by 215 Fairchild to pick up a voucher.
  4. On the day of the show, bring your voucher and student ID to the McCain Auditorium box office to exchange it for a ticket.

Note: The McCain staff would greatly appreciate it if you exchange your voucher for a ticket as early as possible on the day of the show. They are open weekdays 11:30am to 4:30pm and 90 minutes before each performance.

University Honors Program
Kansas State University
215 Fairchild Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-2642
785-532-2955 fax
ksuhonors@k-state.edu

Cultural Passport Program

Made possible by the generous philanthropy of alumni Edward and
Chris Null, the Cultural Passport Program encourages and facilitates
honors student engagement with the arts at Kansas State University.
 
Working with campus partners, and with the Honors Executive
Committee, the University Honors Program sponsors programs
throughout the year at McCain Auditorium, Marianna Kistler
Beach Museum of Art, University Libraries, and K-State School of
Music, Theater, and Dance. McCain provides tickets free of charge!
 
Opportunities will be highlighted in Monday Memos as well as below.
Know that tickets for various events are limited and for the most part
distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Furthermore, know that
honors students are usually limited to two tickets per event, but that
use of the second ticket is open; that is, one’s companion need not be
another member of the University Honors Program. All are welcome.

 

Upcoming:


 Temple Grandin

Dr. Temple Grandin, author, world-renowned autism spokesperson, consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior and professor of animal science at Colorado State University

10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29 McCain Auditorium

Martin Baron, executive editor for the Washington Post

10:30 a.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017 Forum Hall, K-State Student Union