Calling all Ohio State faculty and staff: become a member of the Wexner Center for only $6.00 a month through payroll deduction—it's that easy! You'll receive a year of membership benefits, which include first crack at tickets, free gallery admission, savings in the Wexner Center Store and Heirloom Café, ticket discounts, and insider access to films, performances, and exhibitions from around the globe. Read all about the Wex's Campus Campaign membership program here.
Are you OSU Alumni?
Join at the Friend level or above to enjoy all the benefits of Wexner Center membership and have the added benefit of becoming a Sustaining Members of the Ohio State University Alumni Association. Sustaining Members are eligible for premium Alumni Association benefits, including a year's subscription to the print version of Ohio State Alumni Magazine and the annual football ticket lottery.
Are you a university student? You get plenty of perks, including:
- Free gallery admission (bring your ID!)
- Discounts on tickets to most performances (dance and theater) and films
- Special events, parties, and artists’ talks just for students
- 10% off in the store (Ohio State students with Buck ID)
- Volunteer and internship opportunities that expand your education, offer you valuable experience, and may even earn you academic credit
Your Campus Destination
Make the Wexner Center your campus destination for exhibitions, performances, and films—and snacks and shopping, too. Meet your friends and colleagues in our café, or chat with them online through the center's wi-fi connection.
Student discounts on tickets to performances and films. Events just for students, ranging from Welcome Week parties to student-only conversations with world-famous artists. Volunteer and internship opportunities that expand your education, offer you valuable experience, and may even earn you academic credit.
For Faculty and Staff
Exhibitions, films, performances, and events you can integrate into your curriculum. Lectures, talks, and symposia with leading artists, critics, and scholars from the visual arts, design/architecture, film and media studies, performing arts, literature, and other areas of culture. Programs that explore the crucial issues of our time, including environmental concerns, human rights, and social justices.