Highly curious but low on cash, college students want two things: to get an education and save money. To meet those needs, the Frazier History Museum is now offering free membership to college students in Kentucky and Indiana!
Eligible students can now become members—gaining admission to the museum, access to its exhibitions, and a FrazierWeekly subscription—free of charge.
The Frazier History Museum is where the world meets Kentucky.
“Our mission at the Frazier is to ignite the human spirit with thoughtfully crafted stories,” Frazier president and CEO Andy Treinen said. “What better place to light that flame than with college students, who have a natural curiosity to understand the world around them. Whatever your major is—art, history, biology, business, engineering—you’ll find something here that inspires you.”
Current students who would like to sign up for their free membership should click here.
Who is eligible?
If you’re enrolled as a student at a college or university in either Kentucky or Indiana, and you have a planned graduation date, you’re eligible. All colleges and universities located in the states, private and public alike, are included. The list includes IU, UK, WKU, U of L, Bellarmine, Spalding, JCTC, IUS, Sullivan, Simmons, and more than a hundred other colleges and universities.
How long is the free membership active?
If you activate your membership as a college student, you may renew each year until your graduation date. At that point, if you’d like to remain a member, you can renew as a paying member. The Individual Membership, which currently costs $20 and lasts one year, includes the free college student member benefits—plus discounts for parking and Museum Store purchases.