Student Football Ticket FAQs
How do I purchase student tickets?
All student tickets can be purchased by logging into your account at gatorzone.com/students. Once you’re on gatorzone.com/students you can select “Purchase Student Tickets/Manage Ticket Account.” Once you have logged in click “Buy Tickets/Packages” and select the events you would like to purchase.
Do I need to create an account?
As a University of Florida student we have already created a student account for you so you do not need to create one.
How do I log in?
Students can log in by going to gatorzone.com/students and clicking “Purchase Student Tickets/Manage Ticket Account.” Please note that the log in information is not the same as your Gatorlink or any other University of Florida log in. Your email address on file may be your personal email or your .ufl.edu email depending on what information the Registrar office sent to us. We recommend trying them both and selecting ‘forgot your password’ if it is your first time logging in.
How do I receive my student tickets?
All student tickets (home and away) must be picked up at the Student Ticket Office located at Gate 13 of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium during the week of each game. Season ticket holders will pick up their tickets between Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm. Students who purchase unclaimed tickets Thursday evening will pick up their tickets on Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. Any changes to this schedule will be communicated to students via email.
What requirements do I have to fulfill to get tickets?
To purchase student tickets students must be formally accepted into the University of Florida. For students to pick up their tickets, they are required to be enrolled in at least 6 credits (for both undergraduate and graduate students).
Are there any exceptions to the credit hour requirements?
Yes, there are a few special exceptions to the credit hour requirement.
- Graduating Seniors who have less than 6 credits to graduate can provide us with a letter from their college’s academic advisor stating they have x number of credits to graduate and will then be given an exception.
- Disabled students that have registered with the University of Florida Disability Resource Center are allowed to have less than the required hours upon providing us with a letter from the Disability Office.
- Innovation Academy students in their first semester only need to be enrolled in 6 credit hours. After your first semester you do not need to be enrolled in any fall courses to be eligible.
How many student tickets can I purchase?
Each student can purchase one student ticket. Students who are married and have submitted a Marriage certificate to the student ticket office are eligible to purchase 2 student tickets.
How do I bring a non-UF student to a game?
Every season we sell guest tickets to select home games. These tickets will vary based on the opponent we are playing and can be purchased through the UF student’s account at gatorzone.com/students. When a student purchases guest tickets they will be assigned next to the student’s ticket in the student section at the time the ticket is picked up. Students can also upgrade a student ticket into a general public ticket. Upgrading a ticket allows a non-UF student to use a student ticket but does not change the location of that seat. Upgrade prices will vary based upon the opponent we are playing and a limited number are sold on the Friday before each home game unless otherwise noted. Each student is limited to two upgrades for each game.
What do I need to enter the game?
Each student must bring their ticket and their Gator1 ID card to enter each home game. Gates open an hour and half before kickoff, and students may enter at gates 9 or 12-15.
How do away games tickets work for students?
The Gator Student Ticket Office receives a limited quantity of student tickets to all away games. The price is set by the opposing school so there is no student discount. To purchase, visit the Gator Student Ticket Office, or log on to gatorzone.com/students.
Can I receive a refund?
Students who do not meet the pick-up or eligibility requirements may submit a refund request to the Student Ticket Office by September 3rd, 2015. No refunds will be given after this date.
Please visit the Distant Learners page for information.