The Department of Athletics continues to work with state and local health officials on protocols surrounding fan attendance at games. The seat selection process for the 2021 season will begin in July, with details being sent to season ticket holders in early July. Seats selected for the 2021 season will determine the PSC amounts applicable to seats beginning with the 2022 season. Seats selected for the 2021 season will be retained through the 2024 season as long as seats and corresponding per-seat contributions are renewed by all future published deadlines.
As a reminder, faculty/staff members select their seats annually.
Click here for detailed 2021 football season ticket renewal information.
2022 Per-Seat Contributions and football season ticket invoices available online.
March 1, 2022
Deadline for public season ticket holders to enroll in a payment plan or pay your 2022 football season ticket invoice in full.
2022 Athletics giving level and priority points deadline (general public).
2022 Parking Lot Selection and Seat Selection.
The timeline for 2022 faculty/staff season tickets will be communicated at a later date.
The next full seat selection of Ohio Stadium will occur prior to the 2025 season.
If you have questions, please contact the Buckeye Club via email at email@example.com or by phone at (614) 292-9908 or the Athletics Ticket Office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-800-GO-BUCKS. Please note that we are working remotely until further notice. Staff are available via phone and email Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm to answer any questions that you may have.
Our success would not be possible without your generosity. Thank you for your continued support of The Ohio State University.
The Buckeye Club is the annual giving program of The Ohio State University Department of Athletics. Contributions to the Buckeye Club are used to cover the grant-in-aid costs to our student-athletes, which encompasses tuition, books and room and board. In 2020, the Department of Athletics transferred over $29 million to the university to cover the grant-in-aid costs of our student-athletes.
The Department of Athletics is entirely self-supporting and provides over 1,000 student-athletes participating in 36 sports an unparalleled experience to help achieve their academic and athletic goals. Your generous support in helping to cover those grant-in-aid costs is vital to the success of the current student-athletes while laying the foundation for future Buckeyes.