UTSA to offer Faculty February special for home basketball games
(Feb. 9, 2017) -- UTSA Athletics has introduced a special offer for university faculty and staff members for the remainder of February.
All UTSA faculty and staff members will receive free admission to any home men's or women's basketball game through the end of the month beginning with the men's contest against Southern Miss at 7 p.m. this Thursday.
UTSA faculty and staff who already have purchased a ticket may bring one guest for free.
Faculty and staff must present a valid UTSA ID to obtain the offer.
Remaining home basketball games that are part of this offer include:
Thursday, Feb. 9 - Men vs. Southern Miss
Saturday, Feb. 11 - Men vs. Louisiana Tech
Thursday, Feb. 16 - Women vs. Rice
Saturday, Feb. 18 - Women vs. North Texas
Thursday, Feb. 23 - Women vs. FIU
Saturday, Feb. 25 - Women vs. Florida Atlantic
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