GSU 2019 Football Season Tickets on sale Monday, April 8

By: Brian Howard, Sports Information Director

Grambling State Football Season Tickets

GRAMBLING, La. | Season ticket sales for the 2019 football season will be on sale Monday at the GSU Ticket Office, the Grambling State University Department of Athletics has announced.

The Grambling State University Ticket Office is located in the front window of the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center. Fans are encouraged to attend the Black and Gold game, which is scheduled to begin at noon on Saturday, April 13. Season tickets and Bayou Classic tickets will be available to purchase.

For more ticket information, please call (318) 274-2625, (318) 274-2629 or (318) 274-4795. Tickets may also be purchased online via Grambling State Football – Ticketmaster.

The 2019 home schedule kicks off against Alabama A&M for High School Day on Saturday, Oct. 12. The Tigers will face Texas Southern in the 2019 Homecoming game on Nov. 2 and will conclude their home slate on Nov. 9 for Senior Day against Alcorn State.

All home games for the 2019 season will kick off at 2 p.m. at Eddie G. Robinson Memorial Stadium.

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Grambling State University: Flood Impact Update (Sunday, April 7, 2019 Events)

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DSC_9422 copyOn the afternoon of Sunday, April 7, 2019, portions of Texas, Louisiana, and other areas throughout the Southeast were impacted by a severe weather system. The storm produced heavy rains and high winds. The Grambling Status University campus near the intersection of RWE Jones Highway and Cole Street experienced limited access and potential water damage. Continue reading

University Closed: Monday, April 8, 2019 (Updated 8:46am)

Grambling State University classes and administrative offices will be closed on Monday, April 8, 2019, due to severe weather. Essential personnel are to report and encouraged to use caution when traveling. All student activities and campus events have been cancelled to allow for building assessments. Please visit twitter.com/grambling1901 for updates.

——(Updated 8:46am)

GSU DINING SERVICES for Monday, April 8, 2019

McCall Dining Center will open at 10 a.m. and then resume normal service.

Tiger Express will open for normal service hours.

1901 Bistro (formerly Cash Street Grill) will be closed.

GSU STUDENT ACTIVITIES for Monday, April 8, 2019

All student activities and campus events have been cancelled to allow for building assessments. University classes and administrative offices closed. Please visit twitter.com/grambling1901 for updates.

GSU UNIVERSITY HOUSING  – Pre-Housing Extended

Pre-housing extended until close of business on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. University classes and administrative offices closed. Please visit twitter.com/grambling1901 for updates.

GSU SHUTTLE SERVICE for Monday, April 8, 2019

Weather permitting, Student shuttle service will run as planned. University classes and administrative offices closed. Please visit twitter.com/grambling1901 for updates.

TRAFFIC UPDATE for Monday, April 8, 2019
GSU Police have confirmed traffic flow has been restored to the following areas:

  • RWE Jones Dr. (between Central Avenue and College Avenue),
  • Cole Street (between RWE Jones HWY and Ballock Street), and 
  • College Avenue (areas west of Main St). 

CAUTION – FLOOD ALERT: Grambling State University & Surrounding Areas

Grambling State University’s campus and surrounding areas are currently experiencing severe rains and flooding. For safety emergencies, please call (318) 274-2222. Follow http://twitter.com/grambling1901 for updates.

As inclement weather is expected to continue through Sunday night, students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to avoid high-water areas and remain alert when driving; especially when approaching submerged roadways.

Please note that travel is strongly discouraged in the following areas on campus due to excessive flooding:  

RWE Jones Highway (between Central Avenue and College Avenue)

Cole Street (between RWE Jones HWY and Ballock Street)

College Avenue (areas west of Main Street)

Follow @grambling1901 for safety ongoing updates.

Grambling State and Logan University Grow the Next Generation of Chiropractors

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Imagine enrolling into college as a freshman and six years later calling yourself Dr. That dream is now possible through a new partnership between Logan University and Grambling State University.

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