Razorback Stadium to Welcome Students and Families
Razorback Athletics welcomes U of A students and families to campus for the start of the 2022-23 academic year by opening Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day through Saturday, Aug. 13.
Visitors will have the opportunity to view the inside of the stadium and take photos from the plaza area. Access will be limited to the plaza area only.
Entry for this back to school welcome event will take place through Gate 14 on the northeast side of the stadium by the Wild Band of Razorbacks monument. Parking is available in Lot 44.
Since 2014, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium has been bathed in red the night before home football games. This year, to showcase the excitement of having Razorback students back on campus, the first Red Glow Friday of the season comes early — tonight, Friday, Aug. 12.
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