HANDICAP SEATING & STADIUM ACCESS: Handicap seating is located at the top of the stands on the scoreboard side of both north and south stands. Handicap parking is located at Gate 2. All game day shuttle buses are handicap and wheelchair accessible and are available for visitors and non-donors.
NEW INFORMATION ON HANDICAP PARKING: For the 2011 Football season, handicap parking at Paulson Stadium will only be available to current Eagle Fund members who meet the minimum $300 donation requirement and purchase a parking pass for $100.
In order to obtain a handicap parking pass, you must register your state-issued handicap parking hangtag with the GSU Athletic Foundation office. There are 72 spots designated for handicap parking (Cowart Building parking lot and on the side of the preferred parking lot), and they will be sold on a first-come, first served basis. Handicap spaces are available for the upcoming season and may be reserved by calling 912-478-5520.
For both fans and guests who plan to park in the other lots, Georgia Southern game day shuttles are handicap and wheelchair accessible.
NEW POST-GAME STADIUM EXIT ROUTES
For the safety of fans leaving Paulson Stadium after games, new exit routes have been put in place beginning with the 2011 season opener against Tusculum on September 10th. Lanier Drive directly in front of the Cowart Building will be closed completely and from Akins Blvd. traveling West, only game day shuttle bus traffic will be allowed on Forest Drive.
Exiting from Malecki Drive traveling East, vehicles will be directed to make a left turn onto Chandler Road to exit the Stadium area. Vehicles exiting on the roadway on the pressbox side of the Stadium will be directed to make right turns only onto Lanier Drive with access to Veterans Memorial Parkway (Hwy. 301 Bypass).
Exiting from Malecki Drive traveling West, vehicles will be directed to make a right turn onto Akins Blvd. and proceed to Forest Drive for access to U.S. Hwy 301. From the RAC parking lot, vehicles will exit the lot near the Eugene M. Bishop Alumni Center and will be directed to make a right turn to proceed to the traffic signal at Veterans Memorial Parkway (Hwy. 301 Bypass).
Vehicles exiting from the parking lot at the Performing Arts will be directed to make a left turn onto Chandler Road and travel toward Fair Road/Ga. Hwy. 67.
PDF of post-game exit routes available by clicking HERE.
JPG of post-game exit routes available by clicking HERE.
NEW MOTORIZED VEHICLE REGULATIONS: Operators of motorized vehicles in the Paulson Stadium parking lot must be licensed drivers 16 years of age or older.
All regulations pertaining to the legal operation of motorized vehicles, including DUI and open container laws, will be enforced.
Motorized vehicles operated after sunset must have and use headlights and taillights.
IN EVENT OF INCLEMENT WEATHER DURING GAME:
If approaching or current weather conditions could affect an outdoor sporting event, Georgia Southern Athletics will monitor the situation and abide by Southern Conference rules for the safety of spectators, student-athletes, coaches and personnel.
Southern Conference game operation policy stipulates that a severe weather warning or lightning strike within a 14-mile radius of the venue requires that all spectators vacate the facility to their vehicles or a nearby (enclosed) building. Activity will be suspended when a lightning strike occurs within 10 miles and participants, coaches and personnel will vacate the facility to vehicles or a nearby (enclosed) building. Activity will not continue until after an all-clear is issued.
Updates will be provided on GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com and Georgia Southern Athletics social media outlets at twitter.com/GSAthletics, twitter.com/GSScores, facebook.com/GSAthletics and Google+ at gplus.to/GSAthletics.
SPECTATOR CODE OF CONDUCT:
1. Spectators are in important part of the contest and help create an environment that fosters healthy competition. However, attending a college sporting event is a privilege and not a right.
2. Spectators shall at all times conform to accepted standards of good sportsmanship and behavior.
3. All spectator comments and behavior shall reflect respect of opposing participants, coaches and game officials. Without them there would be no game.
4. Spectators shall heed and obey all directives from game management personnel, even staff and police.
5. Any spectator interfering with play in any way shall be subject o immediate ejection from the site of the contest.
6. Spectators shall be subject to ejection for behavior that is disruptive, unruly or abusive. This includes foul language and any verbal or physical harassment of other spectators, especially fans of the opposing team.
7. Spectators who witness, or are harassed by intimidating behavior or comments by other spectators are urged to report these occurrences immediately to game management personnel.
8. Physical retaliation, regardless of the actions or comments of other spectators, is never permitted and is subject to immediate ejection and a possible ban from attending future SoCon contests.
9. A spectator’s behavior reflects on the team he or she supports. Let others see that you’re a fan of a first-class program.
10. Enjoy the game, have passion for the game, but remember - it’s only a game. Keep your wits, and your personal integrity, about you.
LOST PARENTS/MISSING PERSONS:Contact a University Police officer stationed throughout the stadium
LOST AND FOUND: Lost and found is located at the Gate 4 ticket booth.
VENDORS: Concessions will be sold on both sides of the stadium. Credit and debit cards are accepted most concession vendors. For a full list of concession items and prices at Paulson Stadium, please click HERE.