1. How do I get ADA seats?
a. Guests requiring disability seating should contact the ticket office at least two weeks in advance.
b. Guests are able to exchange their tickets for tickets that meet theirs and their guest’s disability related needs.
c. Guests are encouraged to make the exchange in advance of the event if possible. Advanced exchanges are made at the Athletics Ticket Office located at the Schottenstein Center.
d. If guests cannot make the physical exchange in person in advance, then on event day guests can enter the stadium with their two tickets and then go to the ticket office in Ohio Stadium located at Gate 5 to make the ticket exchange.
e. Guests should call 614-292-6103 for further details about the exchange process.
2. I am in need of an interpreter/captioning/assisted listening device:
a. Please contact Ericka Hoon at:
3. Are motorized scooters permitted in Ohio Stadium?
a. Yes, you will need to exchange your ticket for a wheelchair accessible seat in order to sit in your scooter.
4. Is there somewhere to store my walker, scooter or wheelchair?
a. Yes, based on space availability, you may ask your Usher to assist you to the nearest first aid room and they will be happy to hold it in their area. Please note that this is only if space allows!
5. May I bring an oxygen tank into Ohio Stadium?
a. Yes, you will need to enter through Band Center doors (between Gate 10 & 12) or at the Press Entrance (between the Huntington Club and Gate 23) on the day of the event and have a doctor’s note.
6. May I bring a cane into Ohio Stadium?
a. Yes, for purposes of assisting walking and stability, canes are permitted in Ohio Stadium
7. Do I need a disability permit for OSU or the State of Ohio in order to park in the ADA lot?
a. No, a permit issued for ANY state may be used to enter the ADA lot. Please be sure that the individual that the permit was issued to is in the vehicle upon entering the ADA lot.
8. Where is disability parking?
a. For all home football games and stadium concerts, the ADA lot is located on the north side of St. John Arena. You may access the lot from Lane Avenue.
9. Is there a shuttle from the ADA lot to the stadium?
a. Yes, there is a shuttle that leaves from the ADA lot and drops off near gate 22
b. There are no fees for the shuttles
10. Can I bring my own chair back seat?
a. Yes, with a doctor’s note, you may enter through Band Center doors (between Gate 10 & 12) or at the Press Entrance (between the Huntington Club and Gate 23) with your personal chair back seat
i. Please note that they cannot attach to the bleacher or seat and you may not bring in a folding chair