Students Can Give Back Holiday Basketball Game Tickets
Giving back this holiday season is as easy as a few online clicks for University of Arkansas students. Razorback Athletics and the Associated Student Government have teamed up to provide returned student tickets to area non-profit and charitable organizations to select Razorback men's basketball games over the holiday break.
Access Pass holders who are heading home for the holidays may donate their men's basketball seats back and Razorback Athletics will distribute to local organizations within the Fayetteville and the surrounding communities. Donating seats is easy as a click of a mouse and the entire process can be completed in less than a minute.
Students may click on this link and give back their student admission to as many as four Razorback men's basketball games that will be played before the spring semester begins including:
- Tuesday, Dec. 19, vs. Oral Roberts — 7 p.m.
- Wednesday, Dec. 27, vs. CSU Bakersfield — 7 p.m.
- Saturday, Dec. 30, vs. Tennessee — TBA
- Wednesday, Jan. 10, vs. LSU — 8 p.m.
Elvis John Moya, associate athletic director
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