Lyceum Proposal Application
Application Deadline for Fall 2017/Spring 2018:
Download Lyceum proposal application here.
I. Mission Statement
The Lyceum Program Series at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is dedicated to bringing the most provocative, culturally diverse programming to the university campus. The core intent is to bring world class programs to students, faculty, staff and the community at large. Our quest is to expose university and community audiences to venues of entertainment that are beyond the normal rich array of educational programs offered at A&T, and to perpetuate an international view of the arts.
II. About Lyceum Programs
Based on Greek history, a Lyceum (pronounced līsē'əm or in original Greek lȳkeion—meaning to ‘light’ or ‘enlighten’) is defined as an educational institution or a public hall used for cultural events. At North Carolina A & T State University, we encompass both definitions in our Lyceum programming during each academic year. In essence, we are one of the premiere educational institutions in North Carolina that supports enlightening both our students and members of the broader Greensboro community. The Lyceum Series is primarily designed to enhance the intellectual, cultural and educational experiences of students at the University, thereby contributing to our mission of educating the whole person. Lyceum broadens student awareness of the arts and current issues addressing our society, while invigorating connections to our broader community. Sample programs include, but are not limited to musical performances, theater events, dance programs, visual arts exhibitions, and distinguished speakers.
All Lyceum program applicants must address the impact that their proposed program will have on the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University student body as well as residents of Greensboro and surrounding areas.
III. Application Details and Guidelines:
The NC A&T State University Lyceum Committee is now accepting applications for proposed programs to be scheduled for the academic year 2017-2018. Eligibility is open to all university faculty, students and staff. Other departments and organizations interested in having a program co-sponsored under the “umbrella” of Lyceum may also apply. Co-sponsorship arrangements must be made and agreed upon in writing prior to submitting the application.
Sponsored or co-sponsored participants are responsible for the coordinating their own program with the University Events Center. Each approved program will be assigned to a Lyceum Committee representative. Detailed information regarding the coordination of sponsored events will be provided to all program recipients by the Lyceum Committee upon approval of the application.
Lyceum Programs are supported by funds from the Division of Student Affairs. The Lyceum Committee is responsible for choosing the sponsored programs each year. Notification of awards will be announced. At such time, all Lyceum fund recipients must supply any final details (programmatic and budgetary) regarding their program for advertisement purposes and for the signing of contracts.
Please type and complete the application form. Handwritten proposals will not be accepted. Completed applications should be forwarded to the following campus address:
Visual and Performing Arts Theatre
GCB A 302Q
For more information or questions in preparing your application, please contact Lyceum Co-Chairs Gregory J. Horton or Carl Baker at:
336.334.7852 (ext. 2303) or 336.334.7571