Whether you’re a student or a member of Colorado State’s faculty and staff, there’s nothing like being part of the game-day experience when your Rams are playing.
And when it comes to being there in the stands, CSU makes it easy to be part of the action for football, volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball – the four sports that require tickets for entry.
The excitement begins when CSU’s amazing volleyball team takes the court to open its season at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24. It will be hosting Big Ten powerhouse Illinois in the annual white-out match at Moby Arena. The Rams enter the season ranked No. 25 in the nation and have played in 23 consecutive NCAA Tournaments – the seventh-longest active postseason streak in the nation.
The following day, Aug. 25, the Rams open the football season by hosting Mountain West foe Hawaii at 5:30 p.m. at Canvas Stadium. The Rams are coming off their fifth consecutive bowl appearance and will feature an exciting offense during the 2018 campaign, which includes a Sept. 8 home game against Southeastern Conference opponent Arkansas.
Men’s and women’s basketball begin in November, and both programs are expected to field exciting, successful teams.
Free student tickets
So, how do you acquire game tickets?
If you’re a student, the process is all online at csurams.com/studenttickets. Set up an account, select a sport, choose the games you want to attend and figure out the best delivery method for you. Simple, right?
And here’s the best thing: Thanks to your student fees, your tickets to home games are free – always.
It’s also easy for faculty and staff to get game tickets. Go to csurams.com, click on the “tickets” tab and follow the prompts. It’s easy to set up an account and get tickets delivered in your preferred delivery method.
If you would rather include the human element in the process, you can buy tickets over the phone (800-491-7267) or visit the ticket office at the McGraw Athletic Center on the west side of Moby Arena; in most cases, tickets are available on game days.
If you’re interested in season tickets for football and volleyball, faculty and staff can take advantage of a 20 percent discount. And thanks to CSU’s Commitment to Campus program, faculty and staff can purchase half-price ticket and concessions vouchers for the Oct. 30 volleyball game against Wyoming, and the Nov. 17 football game against Utah State.