Tailgating before a football game is part of the rich heritage that makes Ram Game Day special. This policy provides guidelines to help ensure a safe, family-friendly game day environment.

Through our close relationship with the Rams Against Hunger Programs, the Office of Health and other ASCSU members are working diligently to stock and manage the pocket pantry locations on campus, sustain the impact of the monthly Mobile Food Pantry with the Food Bank of Larimer County, and expand the Ram Food Recovery text alert service. The presence of these programs on campus has already made an impact on providing relief to students in need. Additionally, we are excited to be working on establishing a community garden in partnership with the College of Agricultural Sciences to encourage students to engage in the cultivation of crops and then use the food produced in our existing hunger-relief programs such as the pocket pantries. These unified campus efforts to combat food insecurity in our community are a true testament to the strength, compassion, and dedication of Colorado State University to uphold the tradition of rams taking care of rams.

University Tailgating Registration

TAILGATING STARTS 4 HOURS PRIOR TO KICK OFF AND CONCLUDES 30 MINUTES BEFORE KICKOFF

PLEASE PICK UP YOUR SEASON TAILGATING PASS PRIOR TO EACH GAME DAY IN THE ASCSU OFFICE

FAQ

ALCOHOL POLICY

TAILGATING: Tailgating with alcohol will be allowed on the Colorado State University campus during home football games in designated parking lots and programmed areas within the borders of Shields Street, Laurel Street, Mason Street, Lake Street and parking lot #440. All alcohol must be kept in designated parking lots and approved programmed tailgating areas. Open containers will not be allowed outside of these areas. ID check stands will be located throughout campus to issue wristbands for alcohol consumption.

IN-VENUE: No alcoholic beverages may be brought through the gates of the stadium. Colorado law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. Individuals who are 21 and have the proper identification (with proof of age) will receive a wristband denoting their ability to purchase alcoholic beverages. ID checks and wrist-banding stations are located throughout the stadium. Alcohol sales will cease at the end of halftime at concession stands. Guests may not be in possession of more than two alcoholic beverages at any time. There will be no allowed glass bottles. Any alcohol brought must be equal to or under 15% ABV.

Clear Bag Policy

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Questions/Concerns About ASCSU Tailgating Registration

Will Sharpe
Director of Traditions & Programs
ascsu_traditions@mail.colostate.edu

Taylor Millson
Deputy Director of Traditions & Programs
ascsu_outreach@mail.colostate.edu