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Ticketing Timeline


February

football Football season ticket renewal forms mailed

April

football Deadline for football season ticket priority — The National Commodore Club gift per seat for priority sections is due at the time you renew your tickets.

basketball Men’s basketball season ticket renewal forms mailed

May

basketball Deadline for men’s basketball season ticket priority — The National Commodore Club gift per seat for priority sections is due at the time you renew your tickets.

August

football Football season tickets mailed

football Football parking passes mailed (tickets and parking passes mailed separately)

October

basketball Men’s basketball season tickets mailed

basketball Men’s basketball parking passes mailed (tickets and parking passes mailed separately)

November

baseball Baseball season ticket renewal forms mailed.

December

baseball Deadline for baseball season ticket priority — The National Commodore Club gift per seat for priority sections is due at the time you renew your tickets.


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Testimonials


  • "Coming from California, Vanderbilt became my new home. With the opportunity to compete at the highest level of academics and basketball, I have learned that I represent something bigger than myself. I will forever be a part of the Vanderbilt family, and I know my family at home will be very proud once I receive my degree.” —Jasmine Lister,
    Women’s Basketball


  • “Vanderbilt gives me choices like no other school. I can earn a prestigious degree, compete in the SEC and play in front of thousands of great fans. I can't imagine being anywhere else.” —Rod Odom,
    Men’s Basketball


  • "The opportunity to be a student-athlete and get an education at Vanderbilt University has developed my mind more than anything else. I've learned that discipline and work ethic, among other things, allow you to break past the barriers that your body and mind have created to become the best you can be athletically and academically. I am blessed to be a Vanderbilt Commodore.” —Tyler Beede,
    Baseball