Here are a few things to keep in mind:
There are 3 ATMs on the premises. You can find them next to the box office at Gate 4, on the Concourse Level above Section 208/209, and on the first floor next to the equipment room.
There's alcohol served on the premises, and the normal rules are in place. You'll need to produce valid ID if you look to be under 30. You'll need to get an alcohol wristband at the wristband stations on the concourse. Sales cease at management's discretion.
Policies differ for each event. Visit the event-specific web page.
Kids under 2 are generally allowed in for free. After that, they'll need tickets. Some shows, particularly those for families, will require their own tickets.
There's a wide selection of food and drink available at the venue, consisting mostly of traditional stadium fare.
Nutter Center is ADA-accessible, providing disabled seating at the top of Sections 208-210 and 215-217. For some events, there can also be floor seating.
Wheelchairs are provided at guest services. For hearing impaired fans, amplification devices are available.
Medical staff from Fairborn Fire Dept. are on hand for most events. Contact a staff member if you need help, or visit the first aid office between Sections 200 and 201.
There's no outside food or beverage allowed.
Doors typically open 1 hour before the event begins.
Find guest services on the Concourse Level near Section 210.
For lost and found, visit guest services, or call 937.775.3498 after the game.
There are a few things it's best to leave at home:
There's no re-entry.
The sign/banner policy is determined on a by-event basis. For Wright State Basketball games, signs can't be bigger that 2'x3'. Check the event-specific page for information.
There's smoking allowed only at designated outside areas near Gates 3 and 6. You'll need your ticket stub.