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Parking Information for Faculty and Staff During 2023-24 Men’s Basketball Games
This academic year, Syracuse University men’s basketball home games are scheduled to occur on weekdays while classes are in session on the following dates:
- Friday, Oct. 27 vs. Daemen
- Wednesday, Nov. 1 vs. College of St. Rose
- Monday, Nov. 6 vs. New Hampshire
- Wednesday, Nov. 8 vs. Canisius
- Tuesday, Nov. 14 vs. Colgate
- Tuesday, Nov. 28 vs. LSU
- Tuesday, Dec. 5 vs. Cornell
- Tuesday, Jan. 23 vs. Florida State
- Wednesday, Feb. 7 vs. Louisville
- Tuesday, Feb. 27 vs. Virginia Tech
Access to Campus for Academic Purposes
Home lot parking permits will be honored until four hours prior to tip-off. Faculty and staff with valid University parking permits who need to access campus for academic purposes will be able to park in the following areas on a space-available basis:
Note: The garage will close one and a half hours after the game ends. If your parking needs are not met due to the garage closure, please contact Parking and Transportation Services.
Accessible parking for academic purposes will be provided in the lot designated on the face of the permit if space is available. If no spaces are available, permit holders will be directed to another location.
Access to Campus for Those Attending Basketball Games
If you are attending a game on any of the above dates, your regular parking permit will be honored at the Comstock or Colvin Lots. Patrons will have access to transportation to and from College Place. If you have an accessible or medical permit, you may park in the Skytop Lot and ride the shuttle to Gate A, free of charge.
We ask for your support of these procedures so that we may provide academic access for the entire University community. If you have any questions or need to coordinate additional academic access, please contact Dee Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 315.443.5319.