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The Sunday before each game students can go to to reserve tickets. Students must first sign up for an account, and can request a ticket during their respective distribution time, which is organized by class. Freshmen claim tickets from 10 a.m. to noon, sophomores from noon to 2 p.m., juniors from 2 to 4 p.m., seniors from 4 to 6 p.m. and graduate and law students from 6 to 8 p.m.

Each class is designated a specific number of tickets. Once all the tickets are claimed, the reserving session is closed until the next time slot opens for the following class. If you know you can not attend the game you can return the ticket through by logging in and following the posted instructions. You must return the ticket by the Wednesday prior to the game, or it counts as an unused ticket. Don’t bother trying to pass it on to a friend; he or she won’t be admitted to the game and your ID card will be confiscated.

If you didn’t get a ticket during your class time slot there is a second chance; returned or unclaimed tickets become available the Wednesday before the game at 5 p.m. The same procedure applies as general reservations.

To enter games students only need to have their valid student I.D.

With the new ticketing system comes new rules regarding no shows. Remember that if a student reserves a ticket but does not show up to the game, he or she forfeits the opportunity to go to the next home game as well. Students who appear at every home game will receive first priority for reserving Civil War tickets.

Note: Fewer student tickets are released for games held before the beginning of the fall term.

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