There are plenty of parking options close to Memorial Stadium, including seven on-campus garages that are generally free of charge.
There's also a general cash parking lot at the corner of Stadium Blvd. and Monk Dr. It's monitored as a family-friendly zone.
There's an ATM outside the stadium near Gate 3, on the west side.
University regulations and state statutes on alcohol consumption are enforced. Kegs, beer balls, or bulk quantities aren't permitted in the stadium or in the parking lots.
Small bags are allowed in, but they can't be larger than 16"x18"x9", and they may be inspected.
Personal amateur photography is allowed, but professional equipment including cameras with detachable lenses, tripods, and monopods aren't allowed. When taking pictures, make sure not to interfere with other guests.
Children 2 and under are allowed in as long as they do not occupy their own seat.
There are concessions throughout the stadium concourses, offering a variety of fare. There are also vendors on the main concourse.
There's plenty of medical support on hand. An emergency first aid station can be found on the West Concourse beneath the press box, and paramedics are on foot throughout the venue. If you need assistance, contact guest services, a security officer, or an usher.
Gates open 1.5 hours before the game begins.
To retrieve lost items head to the guest services booths on the East and West Concourses. After the game, contact guest services at 573.882.7201.
The following aren't allowed inside:
To re-enter, you'll need a pass-out stamp in addition to your ticket stub. Only certain gates can provide these stamps.
Baby-changing stations are in most restrooms in the venue.
Signs are allowed, but need to follow a few rules:
There's no smoking in the stadium. Use a pass-out slip to exit the stadium.