Ram Ruckus is a student spirit group and program for all currently enrolled Colorado State University students. The group and program is designed to reward students for supporting and attending Colorado State athletic events. Earn points for every event you attend and each point earned equals a dollar at the CSU Bookstore. The Ram Ruckus app costs $14.99, however, once you purchase the app, you will receive a free t-shirt, access to member only events, free food at select games and more!
To get started simply:
Download the free mobile app on your iPhone or Android device.
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Do I have to be a Colorado State University student to participate?
Yes. In order to be eligible for rewards all participants must fully complete their Ram Ruckus mobile app account profile with a valid student ID number.
I have the Ram Ruckus mobile app, now what?
Now you can check out the calendar to see when you can get points for attending events. You can also check out the social feed, fan cam, and leaderboard to get engaged with other app users.
What sports can I earn points for attending?
All of them! From Football to tennis, cross-country to golf, you can earn points at every event! Football and men's basketball are worth 2 points. Soccer, volleyball, women's basketball and softball are worth 3 points. Tennis, men's & women's golf, swimming & diving, and track & field are worth 4 points.
How do I "check-in" to events?
Open the Ram Ruckus mobile app, choose the event you're attending and tap "Check in to this Event". Be sure that your location is turned on!
Where do I get my student tickets?
All student tickets are now online and can be found at HERE. You can also pick up your tickets at the LSC Box Office or the McGraw Box Office.
I want to be a little more involved in Ram Ruckus, what should I do?
Ram Ruckus is always looking for students to help organize event and improve the students section. If you are interested in getting more involved with Ram Ruckus, please email Josh Dolan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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