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Digital Communications will build the Eventbrite form and then hand it off to the event organizer to manage. Below is some of the information required to set up the registration. If this is paid event, there is additional information required. Request an Eventbrite form by submitting a web ticket.
Ticket type (student, community, etc.), including quantity available, price (if any).
Note: University policy is that we absorb fees associated with using Eventbrite, please price your event accordingly. No tickets can be sold at the door.
Will attendees need to receive a ticket?
Special Event pricing options:
Any special options? (e.g., choice of dinner, workshop, etc.)
Ticket order form (registration) fields: Default is first name, last name, email address. Please note if there is additional information you would like to collect (title, organization, etc.). Learn how to add fields.
Eventbrite Event Privacy
There are four levels of privacy for events that you can adjust at any time:
When your form is handed over to you, start promoting your event! Want to spread the word? Here are free tools you can use through Eventbrite: