Q: Why are the deadlines different for football and men’s basketball?
A: We begin allocating seating and parking for football at an earlier date than basketball.
Q: Must my seat gift be directed to the Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund?
A: Yes. Your seat gift must be designated to the Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund.
Q: How can I obtain additional seats in one or more of the Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund seating sections?
A: To become eligible for seating in any of the Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund seating sections please contact a member of the Rutgers Athletics ticket staff at 866-445-4678. It is expected that only a fraction of requests for new/additional seats in any of the Student-Athlete Scholarship Fund sections will be fulfilled each season as these locations are in high demand and openings are rare.
Q: Can I lose my seat location to someone who donates more than me?
A: No. If you meet the ticket payment and gift requirements associated with your seating on time then you hold right of first refusal to your current seat locations.
Q: There are two means to acquiring priority parking in football beginning with the 2012 season, correct?
A: Yes. All season ticket holders are eligible to benefit from the Traditional Priority Parking program, which provides lot assignments based upon priority point ranking and the customer’s preference. And, now there is the Purchase NOW Parking Program, which extends parking benefits to customers who reach certain annual donation levels.
Q: How are requests for Americans with Disabilities Act (handicap) parking treated in the priority parking process?
A: Request for ADA parking will be treated in the very same manner as all other priority parking requests. Season ticket holders eligible for ADA parking are eligible to receive priority preference based upon the Traditional Priority Parking program or the Purchase NOW Parking Program. As with other priority parking opportunities, ADA parking supplies are finite.