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For the 2014 Football Season, UO students will be able to purchase a Student Season Ticket. The season ticket cost is currently $367, and all 7 home games will be embedded into your UO Student ID card. Students with a Student Season Ticket will not need to claim a ticket through the lottery process on a game-by-game basis, though you will still get your UO ID scanned at the student entrance at Autzen before each game.
UO Student Season Tickets will go onsale, ONLINE ONLY, on August 17th at 6pm. There is a limit of 1,000 season tickets and they will be sold to currently enrolled UO Students on a first-come first-serve basis. Student Season Tickets are only available for UO Students.
Student Season Tickets are non-returnable and non-transferable.
If a student becomes ineligible to receive student tickets during the football season and has purchased a Student Season Ticket or Mini Plan, any remaining games will be refunded to the student.
Single Game Tickets
University of Oregon student tickets for football and men’s basketball games will be distributed via electronic ticketing. The system is structured on a “first come, first served” basis within each class; however tickets are weighted proportionality among the five classes. Students may log-in and request tickets on the Sunday prior to a home football or men’s basketball game.
Breakdown of Class/Groups:
Class status’ will be determined by an update received from the Registrar’s office the Thursday prior to each distribution.
Any unclaimed or returned tickets will become available:
Football - 5pm on the Thursday prior to the home game
Men’s Basketball - 9:00 AM on game day or the Friday before the game for weekend games
All tickets turned back to the UO Ticket Office as well as any unclaimed tickets will be made available for any student to request. Tickets can be claimed by any student, regardless of credit hours, but must have paid the incidental fees. Students that claim the returned ticket are responsible for the game attendance or will be subject to penalty.
Upon logging into your account with your student ID and password by clicking HERE, select MY ACCOUNT on the top menu bar then Ticket Forwarding / Ticket Return under ‘Manage my Tickets. Click the text ‘Return’, then select your student ticket and submit. Students have until noon the day before the Return Student Distribution to return their ticket.
An eligible student with a spouse, domestic partner and/or child may apply at the ASUO Executive Office for certification of those relationships and issuance of a Spouse/Domestic Partner Certification Card (C-Card). A student with a C-Card may pick up an additional ticket for use by one of the individuals named on the C-Card. This C-Card ticket must be picked up at the Matthew Knight Arena Ticket Box Office or the Oregon Athletic Ticket Office the business day following an online distribution at 9am. Up to one (1) percent of the tickets available for an event may be issued to C-Card tickets on a non-exclusive basis. Students must get their C-Card tickets on a game-by-game basis. C-Card tickets can only be claimed by students who have claimed a student ticket during the distribution process or have purchased a student season ticket.
Be registered for a fall course that incurs the Mandatory Fees (so self-support courses don't count) OR be a new Fall 2012 Admitted Student (who may not have registered yet).
Student eligibility is loaded into the student ticket system the Thursday prior ticket-giveaway weekend. Students who register for fall classes AFTER the last upload will NOT be in the system in time to get tickets for that game.
CEP students aren't admitted students and won't register until Sept 26, so they will not be able to get tickets for the Nevada or Missouri State games.
1. Students who have a staff benefit rate code do not pay the incidental fee, so are ineligible.
2. A dual-enrolled student at LCC is eligible if they have been assessed the fee (DFEE).
Oregon Football tickets are distributed on a game-by-game basis ONLINE ONLY to eligible students*. For games contested before the beginning of Fall term (South Dakota, Michigan St. and Wyoming), 1,549 tickets are available (sections 7 & 8). For the Arizona, Washington, Stanford and Colorado, 3,948 tickets are available (sections 4 through 8).
A diagram of Autzen Stadium showing the student sections is on the bottom of this page.
* If all 1000 season tickets are not sold, that number will be added to the single game distribution total.
Oregon Men's Basketball tickets are generally distributed by home stand (usually two games at a time). For the majority of games, a total of 1,836 tickets per game are available for UO students. For games contested during winter break; Nebraska, Houston Baptist, and Nevada seating will be limited to sections 111A, 112A, 113A, 114A for a total of 458 tickets.
Student seating for games in Matthew Knight Arena will be located in sections 111A, 112A, 113A, 114A, 117, 118, 119, for a total of 1836 seats.
*Note: standing on seats is not allowed and may result in loss of student seating.
Distribution for Men’s Basketball will be done at 6:00PM the Sunday before the home stand for all student classes, though certain dates and times have been adjusted to accommodate holiday and school schedules. Please refer to the below distribution dates and times for the 2012-2013 Men’s Basketball Season.
*You will be issued hard tickets for the Illinois game at the Moda Center (formerly Rose Garden) in Portland, OR. Tickets must be picked up at Oregon Student Will Call at the Moda Center Box Office.
Remaining Duck Sports
To attend the Duck sports of women's basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, track and field, lacrosse, soccer and stunts & gymnastics a current UO student photo ID card is required for admission. Tickets are not needed for these sports. Just show your UO student photo ID at the gate for admittance. Admission is not charged for tennis, golf, and cross country, so ID is not required.
Student tickets are non-transferable. Failure to comply with this policy may result in the loss of student ticket privileges.
Conduct: Students are required to comply with all facility rules and conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner.
Accessible Seating Information
Requests for accommodations related to disabilities should be made to the Oregon Athletic Ticket Office. All requests must be made at least one (1) week prior to the event by calling (541) 346-4461, or emailing email@example.com.
BASKETBALL - M
BASKETBALL - W
GOLF - M
GOLF - W
TENNIS - M
TENNIS - W
TRACK & FIELD
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