The University offered concerts to both the students and the public. Students could purchase their tickets on site, but the public could mail money or checks to the University requesting tickets. Later, tickets were even offered at the University Center, Wal-Mart, and at a number of banks. Tickets were also sold in bulk and the University offered a “package deal.” Press releases advertised concerts to the public. As of 2012, students receive free tickets and the concert program is based on the students and for the students. Tickets left after the students receive theirs are sold to the public.