Come out for an evening of Halloween tricks and treats hosted by the Drexel University Graduate Student Association (GSA)!
Costumes are highly encouraged and prizes will be awarded for the best ones!
Tickets go on sale online at the link below on Wednesday, October 22 at 10 AM and will be on sale through 3 PM on Friday, October 31 or until sell out.
WHEN: Friday, October 31, 2014, 7-10 PM
Check in begins at 7 PM. Students/alumni MUST check in with their Drexel student ID and guest (if applicable). Entry not guaranteed after 8:30 PM.
WHERE: Great Court, Main Building, Drexel University, 3141 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
WHO: Drexel graduate students enrolled in quarter programs and alumni
Current students and alumni may also purchase 1 additional guest ticket (includes non-Drexel, undergraduates, and semester program students other Drexel colleges and school).
$10 for current Drexel graduate students enrolled in quarter programs
FYI: The College of Medicine GSA is also selling tickets to this event for their students at the current student rate. Please contact Lauren Bailey for details (firstname.lastname@example.org)
$20 for alumni and guests (one guest per student ID, includes non-Drexel, undergraduates, and semester program students from other Drexel colleges and schools)
WHAT: Purchase includes admission, Halloween-themed appetizer buffet and refreshments, DJ entertainment, and costume contest with prizes!
Dress Code: Costumes are highly encouraged and will be worn by most, however they are not required for entry.
HOW: Purchase ticket online at the link below (Amex, Discover, Mastercard, or Visa). Sorry, no cash.
Please Note: Guest ticket MUST be purchased at the same time as student/alumni ticket. You cannot purchase a guest ticket later.
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE BEGINNING 10/22 AT 10AM: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20688_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=869
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