Concert Board

 

The 91Թ˵ijԹ Concert Board is a student fee funded program designed to offer students an educational volunteer opportunity in the entertainment industry. In 1991, students proposed a $5 fee (the fee was increased to $10 during Spring 2009) designated to bring big name entertainment to 91Թ˵ijԹ. The initiative was passed with a student referendum in 1992 and the Concert Board began having official meetings in 1993. That same year the Board presented comedian George Wallace as its first official event. Since that show, the 91Թ˵ijԹ Concert Board has been working hard to bring outstanding performers to 91Թ˵ijԹ and the Anchorage community. By bringing great entertainment to 91Թ˵ijԹ, the Concert Board puts your student fees to work!

Fall 2023 Board Meeting Times

Concert Board meets on Fridays at 2:00 p.m. in the Student Life & Leadership office.

If you would like to join Concert Board, please contact concertboard@alaska.edu.

What should Concert Board do next?

 

Get Involved

Come to a Show

The 91Թ˵ijԹ Concert Board works hard to present a diverse range of events. Students enrolled in three or more credits at the Anchorage campus are eligible for discount tickets. Follow Concert Board on  and to stay up to date with the latest news. Buy tickets on .

Volunteer at an Event

91Թ˵ijԹ students can volunteer at Concert Board events. Volunteers receive an event t-shirt and attend the show for free.

Contact concertboard@alaska.edu to volunteer.

Become a Concert Board Member

The Board is comprised of seven 91Թ˵ijԹ students. Five board members are elected by the student body, one is appointed by US91Թ˵ijԹ, and one is appointed by Club Council. The students on the board engage in all aspects of event production and promotion. 

Contact concertboard@alaska.edu to inquire about becoming a board member.

Special Projects Fund

The 91Թ˵ijԹ Concert Board Special Projects Fund (SPF) is proud to announce grant applications are currently available. SPF awards grants to help fund student and student organization events. SPF is funded by 15% of Concert Board's previous year general public ticket revenue. Projects are limited only by 91Թ˵ijԹ students' imaginations with previous projects ranging from academic lectures to musical concerts.

Applications can be submitted throughout the academic semester. Application review will be completed no more than 10 business days after submission. Turn in completed applications in the Student Life and Leadership office, Student Union RM 218.