Ticketing Services

The Anderson Student Center is committed to helping you create and manage a ticketing solution that works for your upcoming event, individual organization and intended audience.  A Ticket Sales Agreement form, located below, must be completed a minimum of seven business days prior to the event. The form must list the advisor of the club or organization or the person responsible for the department or office budget.  If the event in question is expected to sell more than 200 tickets, you must arrange a planning meeting with an Anderson Student Center staff member, a minimum of two weeks prior to the date of your scheduled event. This meeting is to talk through the logistics of your event, the types of tickets that will be available, sales dates, advertising, reporting, etc.

Event ticketing services are provided to University recognized clubs, organizations, and departments through University Tickets. University Tickets allows for the creation of online listings that allows event attendees to purchase tickets online and print out an e-ticket for your event. In addition, the University Tickets system uses Banner authentication to verify student, faculty and/or staff status of customers.  Through Banner authentication, you can also create ticket listings that are only available to certain populations within the St. Thomas community.

All transactions, through University Tickets, are subject to the following costs:

  • Ticket fee (charged by University Tickets): ranging from $0.50 to $2.00 per ticket depending on the sale price of the ticket.
  • 3% chargeback to cover the credit card fees associated with online sales.

While sales are open for your event, any revenue collected will be transferred to the proper accounts each business day. Once your event has occurred and all sales are completed, you will receive a wrap-up email, detailing your revenue and expenses.

If there is an alternate method of ticketing that you think will best suit your event, please contact Tara Motzel, tara.motzel@stthomas.edu, prior to the desired of launch of your ticket sales to discuss potential options. Advanced notice of at least two weeks is required as this will allow proper time to develop a sales plan and train Tommie Central staff on ticket distribution. 

Ticket Sales Agreement Form

Click here for the Ticketing Sale Agreement Form.

Publicizing Your Event

Tommie Central can also help publicize your event through Digital Signage throughout the Anderson Student Center. Digital Signage Content can be submitted online through the online poster management system.