UC Davis students who wish to participate in the Nike Basketball Campus Tour must attend a campus event with a limited number of tickets, a new rule announced today.
The rule, which applies to all UC Davis campuses, has been in effect since last year.
It allows students to attend a limited quantity of Nike Basketball events on campus during certain times, and they must purchase their tickets at least 24 hours in advance.
This rule was introduced in May after the Nike Campus Tour, which is the world’s largest basketball tournament, moved from its home at the Rose Bowl to its new home at Levi’s Stadium.
The event’s initial lineup of events was announced last fall, but the new rule allows students from outside of the UC Davis campus to attend these events, including on-campus events.
For the new rules to take effect, UC Davis will need to meet certain benchmarks, such as the percentage of students from the campus who have attended a campus-sponsored event, said UC Davis President Michael Schill.
He added that the rule is intended to ensure that UC Davis has a robust supply of tickets for all the events on the tour.
If students do not have the necessary credentials to attend an event, they will be subject to a $500 fine and a 24-hour ban on attending the event. “
We will continue to work to ensure all students who want to participate can do so and to ensure we have a robust campus supply of basketball tickets.
Students can purchase tickets through the university’s campus-issued ticketing system, which includes more than 1,300 tickets to more than 80 events.””
The university also has additional resources available for students to purchase tickets.
Students can purchase tickets through the university’s campus-issued ticketing system, which includes more than 1,300 tickets to more than 80 events.”
We want to provide a great environment for our students to participate,” Schil added.
The rules, which take effect this summer, are similar to those that have been in place since last summer, and will remain in effect until further notice.
Students who have not yet purchased their tickets can still purchase tickets online through the UC Berkeley Ticket Exchange and the UC Riverside Ticket Exchange, or through the UCD Student Events website.
Tickets are limited to two per person and will be distributed through the end of the calendar year, Schill stated.
The new rules will only be in effect on the Nike campus, so students can still attend any other campus event at no additional cost, he added.