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Exterior of Fine Arts Center building

Visiting the UNF Fine Arts Center

UNF Ticket Box Office

The UNF Ticket Box Office is located in the Business Services office in Lassiter Hall, Building 8, Room 1100. The Fine Arts Center Ticket Box Office, located in Building 45, Room 1400, is used on site ticketing during events held in the Fine Arts Center or the Andrew A. Robinson, Jr. Theater. For ticketed events, the Fine Arts Center's Ticket Box Office will open a minimum of one hour prior to event curtain time. 


Hours of Operation:

Monday - Tuesday       8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Wednesday - Friday    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


To purchase tickets or for additional information regarding the UNF Ticket Box Office services, please contact:


Staff:         Dennis McNulty and Sabrina Foust

Phone:     (904) 620-2878

Fax:          (904) 620-1040




Payment Options

Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are accepted.

Seating Policy

Doors to the theater open approximately 30 minutes before curtain time. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of theater management during appropriate pauses in the program and based on the performers contract requirements. Our policy is to begin performances at the advertised curtain time, however, it may be necessary to begin a performance at a later time due to unforeseen circumstances.

Theater Wheelchair Seating Locations

Wheelchair and companion seating is available on  the orchestra level. PLEASE REQUEST AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE or contact the Ticket Box Office five days prior to the event. 


An elevator is located in the Fine Arts Center's main lobby across from the Ticket Box Office to provide access to the second floor of the building. 


Restrooms are located in both the first and second floor lobbies of the Fine Arts Center. Facilities are ADA accessible.  

Assistive Listening Devices

Sound enhancement systems for the hearing impaired are available upon request. Please ask a member of our front of house staff if you are interested in utilizing an assistive listening device while at the Fine Arts Center. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


University of North Florida is a smoke-free campus. 

Electronic Equipment

In consideration of other patrons and the performers, we strictly prohibit the use of cameras, recorders, beepers, cellular phones and chiming watches during performances. Patrons may be asked to leave the performance and these items may be confiscated until the program concludes.

Lost and Found Items

We regret that the management cannot be responsible for patrons’ personal apparel or property. Lost and found inquiries may be directed to the Main Office, (904) 620-1895 or to the University Police Department (904) 620-2801.