Cornell Athletic Tickets - FAQs & Information (2023)

Please note that COVID-related spectator guidelines are subject to change, and for the most up-to-date information, please visit the Cornell COVID-19 Response page HERE.

COVID- 19 Assumption of Risk, Waiver, and Release of Liability: I understand and acknowledge that COVID-19 is a global pandemic and a public health risk. I understand that the risk of becoming exposed to or infected by COVID-19 at Cornell University may arise from the actions, omissions, or negligence of myself and/or others. I recognize that the University cannot limit all potential sources of COVID-19 infection. I knowingly and voluntarily assume all risks, including but not limited to, the risk of illness, death, bodily injury, disability, or exposure or infection with COVID-19, for myself, and my family. I fully understand the risks, I knowingly and voluntarily waive and release Cornell University trustees, officers, agents, volunteers, employees, and students (the “Released Parties”) from all present and future claims of any type, including negligence, for any harm or loss, including but not limited to, economic loss, personal injury, disease, death or property damage suffered by me or my family, as a result of my participation in a Cornell University program, camp, or activity or as a result of my presence on Cornell University’s campus (the “Activities”). I agree to indemnify, hold harmless, and covenant not to sue the Released Parties for any personal injury, death, medical expenses, disability, loss of capacity, property damage, court costs, attorney’s fees, or other loss arising out of the Activities. I understand in the event that COVID public health measures exclude or limit the number of spectators at a ticketed event, then all tickets are eligible for refund or exchange. Otherwise, all ticket purchases are non-refundable/non-transferrable.

Where is the Athletic Ticketing Office located?
The Athletic Ticketing Office is located at 103 Bartels Hall, 554 Campus Rd. There are several 10-minute parking spots directly in front of Bartels Hall, as well as a ParkMobile lot adjacent to Bartels Hall.

How do I contact Cornell Athletic Ticketing?
Normal business hours are Mon-Fri from 10am-4pm.

  • Phone: 607-255-4247
  • Email:
  • Fax: 607-255-2213

Where should I park for Cornell Athletic events?
Parking availability varies depending on the day of the week and season. Please abide by all posted signs for parking regulations. Parking announcements and links to purchasing permits can be found on the "Parking" tab above.

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How do I get around campus?
CLICK HERE to access the Cornell University maps page. This searchable page will enable you to get point-to-point directions, as well as see all of the buildings on campus.

For GPS directions to points on campus, please use the following addresses:

  • Bartels Hall: 554 Campus Rd
  • Lynah Rink: 536 Campus Rd
  • Schoellkopf Stadium: 521 Campus Rd
  • Friedman Wrestling Center: 610 Campus Rd
  • Hoy Parking Garage: 167 Hoy Rd

How can I purchase tickets?
To purchase online, please create an account with this site. For all Cornell-hosted events, you can choose E-tickets or hard tickets. E-tickets can either be printed at home or scanned directly from your mobile device. Tickets are available for purchase on game days at the Schoellkopf entrances (Football/Lacrosse) or the Athletic Ticketing Office in Bartels Hall.

Where can I pick up Will Call tickets or Player/Family comp tickets?
BASKETBALL, HOCKEY &WRESTLING:Will Call for pre-paid tickets can be picked up/signed for at the Athletic Ticketing Office.Player/family comp tickets will be sent electronically via email. Reprinted tickets willneed to be signed for at the Athletic Ticketing Office.Please have photo ID available for will call and comp tickets.

FOOTBALL & MEN'S LACROSSE: Will call for pre-paid tickets and player/family comp tickets can be picked up/signed for at the Crescent entrance to Schoellkopf Field.

When do individual game tickets go on sale for men's ice hockey at Lynah Rink?
If there are any tickets available for individual games, they will go on sale starting at 9am on the Tuesday prior to that weekend's games. For information specifically relating to the Cornell vs. Harvard game at Lynah Rink, please refer to the event listing.

What are the ticket buyer user types?
For most Cornell Athletics home events, the ticket types are: Adult, Cornell Faculty/Staff, Cornell Students, Seniors (age 62+) and Children.

Are group ticket rates available?
Group rates are available for all ticketed events at Cornell - please contact the Athletic Ticketing Office for more details: | 607-255-4247


To uphold health and safety protocols, minimize contact and ensure a swifter entry process, a clear bag policy will be followed at all Cornell Athletics ticketed events.

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Are bags permitted?

Cornell Athletics strongly discourages guests from bringing bags, but if a bag is necessary, all bags are subject to inspection. Permissible bags include cleartotes (not exceeding 12”x6”x12”), 1-gallon clear storage bags, strapless/handheld clutches (not exceeding 6.5" x 4.5") and diaper bags (must be accompanied by a child).

How many bags can I bring?
One bag, per guest is permitted.

How do clear bags improve public safety?
The clear bag is easily searched and reduces imperfect bag checks. It also supports the Department of Homeland Security’s “If you see something, say something” campaign.

What happens if I arrive to an event with an unauthorized bag?
Fans who bring unauthorized bags to the game will be asked to return the bags to their vehicle. No secure storage options will be available for personal belongings.

Is there a bag check in addition to the clear bag policy?
Any bag that is allowed into a Cornell Athletics venue is subject to a bag check.

Are seat cushions and seat back chairs still allowed?
Yes, however they cannot have pockets, zippers or be in their own carrying bag.

Is this policy for all Cornell sports?
The clear bag policy will be implementedat all ticketed events occurringatSchoellkopf Field (football, men’s lacrosse), Lynah Rink (men' & women's ice hockey), Newman Arena (men's & women's basketball) and FriedmanWrestling Center (wrestling).

Cornell Athletics is happy to assist those with accessibility needs and has designated mobility impaired parking and seating for all events. For more information and assistance, please contact the Cornell Athletic Ticketing Office

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Alcohol Policy
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted inside Cornell Athletics venues.

Certified service animals or service animals in training for guests with disabilities are allowed at all Cornell Athletics facilities. All other animals are prohibited.

Banners and Signs
Signs and banners are allowed, however they may not be hung from fencing or obstruct anyone’s view. They also cannot be commercial or offensive in nature. All signs must be hand-held. Signs or flags on sticks/poles are not allowed.

Cameras are allowed, however flash photography is not permitted. Camcorders and other video devices as well as tripods are also not permitted.

Cellular Phones
The use of cell phones is permitted provided they do not interfere with other guests’ enjoyment of the game.

Children 2 years of age and under are not required to have a ticket for admission to men’s ice hockey in Lynah Rink, provided they sit on an adult’s lap. For all other ticketed events, children 4 years of age and under are not required to have a ticket for admission.

Drug Use / Smoking / Tobacco Use
Drug use, smoking (including electronic cigarettes) and tobacco use in any form are prohibited in all Cornell Athletics facilities. Violations will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition.

Exit and Re-entry
Re-entry is allowed for Cornell Athletics events - guests must show their ticket stub/e-ticket and hand stamp to re-enter.

Field Access
Only authorized personnel with proper credentials will be permitted on the field during Cornell Athletics events.

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Gate Opening
Unless otherwise stated, gates open one hour prior to the start of all Cornell Athletics events.

Lost and Found
The lost and found is located in the Athletic Ticketing Office in Bartels Hall, as well the ground floor of Barton Hall (Cornell Police).Cornell Police Lost and Found can be reached by calling: 607-255-7197 or by emailing

Outside Food and Beverages
Sealed plastic bottles containing water are allowed in the some of thestadium/arenas. Alcoholic beverages, glass bottles, cans, thermoses, ice chests and coolers are prohibited. In addition, Cornell reserves the right to restrict any outside food or beverages.

Parking availability varies depending on the day of the week and season. Please abide by all posted signs for parking regulations. Parking announcements and links to purchasing permits can be found on the "Parking" tab above.

Police and Security
Cornell University Police officers may be stationed at Cornell Athletics events. In the event of an emergency, call 607-255-1111 to reach Cornell University Police, or call 911.

Spectator Conduct
Cornell and the NCAA promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches and spectators. We request your cooperation by supporting the participants and officials in a positive manner. Profanity, or discriminatory comments on the basis of gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, age, race, national origin, religion, military status, disability status or any other characteristic or other intimidating actions directed at officials, student-athletes, coaches or team representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition. The use of artificial noisemakers is prohibited. Also, consumption or possession of alcoholic beverages and tobacco products is prohibited.

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Your tickets to Cornell Athletics events are revocable contracts. If the holder’s conduct endangers or disrupts the players, coaches, officials, staff or other patrons, management reserves the right to remove the ticket holder from the premises or disallow entry.

All tickets are subject to availability and all sales are final. Except in the case of event cancellation, tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged.

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In the case of event cancellation or postponement, purchaser may contact the Cornell Athletic Ticketing Office to inquire about possible refunds or exchanges. Authorized refunds/exchanges may only be available for a limited time and ticket stubs/sales receipts may be required in order to receive the refund/exchange. Tickets to events that are played, even in the case of inclement weather, are not eligible for refund or exchange.

Unless indicated otherwise, ticket prices include all applicable taxes.


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