Bill Davis Stadium provides accommodations for those with disabilities, including accessible seating, and accessible restrooms that will allow for an enjoyable game day experience. Accessible seating is located at Bill Davis Stadium in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
If information below leaves you with questions about access or you wish to request accommodations for a disability, please contact Evan Derr at email@example.com; 614-292-2661 or contact the University ADA Coordinator at ADA-OSU@osu.edu; 614-292-6207 (v) or 614-688-8605 (tty) or click on the Disability Needs Form link here to request an accommodation. Early requests are encouraged. Depending on your particular needs, two weeks’ notice will generally allow us to accommodate your request.
All guests should enter the stadium through the gates behind home plate which are located at the southwest corner of the facility.
Assistive Listening Devices/Hearing Impaired
Assistive Listening Devices are available at no charge. A driver’s license, credit card or some other acceptable form of picture identification is required as a deposit.
Disability Parking is located in the adjacent lots to the north and south of St. John Arena. These areas will both be accessible, while space is available, from Lane Avenue (north) or Woody Hayes Drive (south). A current state issued disability placard, along with registration, and the person who owns the placard must be in the vehicle to enter the parking area. Questions concerning disability parking should be directed to Transportation and Parking Services at 614-688-0000 or the ticket office at 614-292-2624.
Accessible restrooms are located in Bill Davis Stadium.
Disability seating is located throughout Bill Davis Stadium.
Animals: Pets, Service Animals, ESAs
Animals, except trained service dogs or miniature horses, are not permitted into Bill Davis Stadium.
Service Dogs in Training are recognized by the Ohio Revised Code and are permitted into Ohio Stadium. Service dogs in training must have a liability insurance policy provided by the non-profit agency sponsoring the training and be under control. Typically, puppy rearing (under six months of age) focused on socialization and general obedience training is not considered Service Animal Training.
Emotional Support Animals may be permitted into Ohio State facilities as a reasonable accommodation. Requests must be reviewed by the University ADA Coordinator’s Office. Guests wishing to make a request for an Emotional Support Animal to an event should complete this Disability Needs Request Form at least two week prior to the event.
If a ticket exchange is necessary, guests are encouraged to exchange their tickets prior to game day at the OSU Ticket Office in the SE corner of the Schottenstein Center.
On event day, guests needing disability seating should contact the nearest redcoat or event staff member.
Guests needing wheelchair assistance while in Bill Davis Stadium for an event should contact the nearest redcoat, event staff member or should go to the ticket office located at southwest entrance behind home plate.