Encountering the liberal arts through engaging events on campus.
Each year, Emory & Henry features close to 100 concerts, lectures, theatre and dance performances, films, exhibits, and poetry readings that help to complete your academic experience. The vast majority of these events are part of the college’s popular Lyceum program. In addition, we host a literary festival and several endowed lecture series.
Need to check Lyceum Credit?
Students may check their current number of Lyceum credits by contacting the Office of the Registrar.
You are admitted free to all events with the exception of Barter Theatre plays, for which your ticket price is discounted (*see note below about using your student discount for Barter tickets). You must present your E&H ID (or other photo identification) both before and after each on-campus event for which you want Lyceum credit. When attending eligible Arts Array films at the Cinemall or plays at the Barter Theatre, you must scan your ID card with the E&H faculty/staff member who is present.
Instructions on how to propose a Lyceum Event:
- Classrooms, lobbies and auditoriums in academic buildings: Marywood Sparks x 6201
- King Center: Anne Crutchfield x 6233
- Van Dyke, Martin-Brock, Alumni House, Tobias Smith, Byars: Shanna Smith x 6242
- Chapel: Sharon Wright x 6836
- McGlothlin Center for the Arts: Will Hankins x 6816
E&H Faculty/Administrator: Fill out the Lyceum Proposal Form.
The proposal form MUST be filled out by your faculty/administrator sponsor. Proposal forms from student email accounts will not be considered. Only the electronic form is needed if your proposal is turned in before the deadline.
Lyceum proposals for Spring semester are due Nov. 1st. at 12 pm. Fall proposals are due on May 1st 12pm. If you would like to submit a proposal after the deadline:
Fill out the Lyceum Exemption Form. A hard copy with signatures of all Lyceum Committee members MUST be submitted to the Lyceum Chair. Electronic copies will not be accepted.
Committee members 2021-2022: Dan Van Tassell (chair), Ed Davis, and Sharon Wright.