Parking changes for PSU-Nebraska

UNIVERSITY PARK – The No. 10 Penn State football team hosts Nebraska Saturday at 4 p.m. for Senior Day presented by the Penn State Alumni Association and the Penn State Stripe Out game. Fans should check their tickets or visit before leaving home to see whether fans in their section are wearing blue or white.

Fans are asked to make note of parking lot closures and to follow the below directions if their normal lot is closed. The home finale will air on FS1, and the Penn State Sports Network (2:30 p.m. airtime). The 2017 Penn State football season is presented by PSECU.

Penn State’s senior class will be recognized in a pre-game ceremony. The group has been instrumental in lifting the Nittany Lions into the nation’s Top 10 the past two seasons, the 2016 Big Ten Championship and four consecutive bowl berths, while extending Penn State’s streak of consecutive winning seasons to 13.

Tickets for the Nebraska game are still available. To purchase tickets or for more information, fans can visit, call 1-800-NITTANY (weekdays 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) or visit the Bryce Jordan Center ticket office. The Beaver Stadium ticket office will open Saturday at noon.

Yellow Lot 12, Brown Lot and Family Friendly Lot Closed

Due to rain that is anticipated leading up to Saturday’s game, the Brown Lot, Family Friendly Lot and Yellow Lot 12 (IM Fields) will be closed, which will help in preserving campus student recreation’s interest in the IM Fields.




-Yellow Lot 12, the Brown lot and Family Friendly will be closed Saturday.

-Yellow pass holders who normally park in Lot 12 should park in the Yellow lots on the east side of the stadium, arriving via Park Avenue westbound from I-99/U.S. 322, Orchard Road or Fox Hollow Road).

-Brown parking permits will be honored in the Orange lot for this game only. Fans should arrive via Park Avenue, traveling westbound from I-99/U.S. 322 only to access the Orange lot, which is located just off Park Avenue.

-Family Friendly permit holders will have their permit honored at their normally issued color pass lot.