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Registration for the student 2019-20 Academic Year Parking Lottery begins on June 17 and will end on July 5. There is a limit of one lottery entry per student. First-year students are not eligible for parking.
Registration for the student 2018-19 Academic Year Parking Lottery begins on June 18, 2018 at midnight and will end on July 5, 2018 at 6 a.m. Student parking assignment is a lottery process. The lottery registration period ends July 5 at 6 a.m. … ContinuedCategory: Student Lottery Registration for the student 2019-20 Academic Year Parking Lottery begins on June 17 and will end on July 5. There is a limit of one lottery entry per student.
Here’s How UNC Will Distribute Tickets for Football Games
Although UNC was unable to have fans at its first football game of the season, recent changes by Governor Roy Cooper have allowed the Tar Heels to welcome a specific number to its remaining home games.
The newest updated from Cooper will allow large outdoor venues — including sports stadiums — to open at 7 percent capacity. For UNC and Kenan Stadium, this means 3,500 fans will be allowed in the seats when the Tar Heels take on Virginia Tech on October 10.
Athletic director Bubba Cunningham offered some insight on Wednesday as to how tickets will be distributed to UNC fans.
Up to 500 tickets will be allotted for parents and family members of football student-athletes. Cunningham said this is their first priority. 300 tickets will also be given to the visiting team for their student-athletes families.
1,000 tickets will be distributed to UNC students — more than 25 percent of the university’s total allowed tickets. More details on the student ticket lottery will be given in the near future.
Several hundred tickets will be reserved for UNC partners and sponsors.
1,300 tickets per game will be made available to Rams Club members. Offers will be made to Rams Club members based on premium seat allocation and priority points. A portion of tickets (the specific amount still to be determined) will be set aside for a lottery where any Rams Club member who was a season ticket holder can request tickets to home games.
Tickets will not be made available to the general public at this time.
An update from @BubbaUNC to the Carolina Family on Kenan Stadium capacity
“We are hopeful that capacity restrictions will continue to ease throughout the Fall, allowing us to invite more of you back,” Cunningham said. “But we must continue to move forward with the health and safety of our student-athletes, coaches and staff, and you — our Carolina Family — in mind.”
Health and safety restrictions while inside the stadium are still being worked out, Cunningham said. Masks will be mandatory inside the stadium, much like they are on the remainder of UNC’s campus.
Other outdoor fall sports stadiums at UNC, like Dorrance Field and Karen Shelton Stadium, do not meet the 10,000 seat requirement to open at 7 percent capacity. Carmichael Arena and the Dean E. Smith Center also do not qualify because they are indoors.UNC is allowed to welcome 3,500 fans to Kenan Stadium for its remaining home football games. Here's how they will distribute tickets. ]]>