CSU Students - Here is what you need to know about Bringing the Ruckus to every Rams athletic event:
- Student Tickets are FREE to undergraduate, full-time, fee-paying students.
- To enter a sporting event with a student ticket, you must also present your CSU student ID.
- Students with a guest who is not a CSU student will need to purchase general public tickets.
- At Moby Arena, the student entrance is located on the South-East end of the stadium.
- At Hughes Stadium, the student entrances are Gates 2-4, located along the East side of the stadium.
To download and print your student ticket, you will need to create an account on CSURams.com. Once you have created an account, you will be able to use your student ID number and password you create to log in to get tickets for future events.
Get the full experience of athletic events by joining Ram Ruckus, the official student spirit group of CSU. For more information on Ram Ruckus, please visit www.RamRuckus.com.
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