ADA Parking & Shuttles


Season parking passes for disabled parking may be purchased from the UI Athletics Ticket Office at a cost of $100 per car. Day-of game parking is available in Ramp 4. Please note that vehicles must display a state issued ADA placard or license plate. The charge to park in these reserved spaces is $20, unless you have a valid UI football parking pass. Additional information, including parking maps, can be found here


  • Hours of Operations: Complimentary ADA golf cart shuttles will begin two hours prior to kick-off and continue until one hour after the completion of the game.

  • Pregame Pick-Up Locations: ADA golf cart shuttles will only pick-up at the locations listed below, denoted with blue ADA Shuttle flags.

No requests for special pick-ups or drop-off will be honored.

Pick-Up Location Drop-Off Location
Carver-Hawkeye Arena, off of Elliott Dr. Gate H
Lot 75, Cambus Stop Gate H
Veterans Affairs Bus Loop, off of Newton Rd. Gate H
Lot 43 North Gate H
Ramp 3, off of Evashevski Dr. Gate M & Gate H
Ramp 4, off of South Grand Ave. Gate M & Gate H
Lot 49 Gate M

Post-Game Pick-Up Locations

Due to heavy pedestrian traffic post-game, ADA golf cart shuttles will only be available outside of the following gates, denoted by ADA flags:

  • Outside of Gate H, located on the northwest side of the stadium, off of Evashevski Drive.

  • Outside of Gate M, located on the southeast side of the stadium, off of Hawkins Drive.

ADA golf cart drivers have been instructed to drop off riders at designated pre-game pick-up locations only.

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Assistive Listening Devices

Assistive Listening Devices are available at no charge the Guest Services area in the south concourse of Kinnick Stadium, near section 213. A driver’s license, credit card or some other acceptable form of picture identification is required as a deposit.

Closed Captioning

To provide the best experience for every Hawkeye fan, closed captioning is provided on the south videoboard in Kinnick Stadium. 

Mobility Devices

Mobility devices, including but not limited to canes, crutches, walkers, rollators, wheelchairs, scooters, etc. are permitted into Kinnick Stadium. Guests may enter through any gate with a mobility device. Storage of larger devices in the seating stands may be difficult (unless you have wheelchair accessible seats). Limited storage of larger devices is available at the Guest Services area in the south concourse of Kinnick Stadium, near section 213.

Medical Assistance

First Aid stations, which are staffed by nurses and physicians from University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, are located inside Kinnick Stadium on the southeast concourse, near section 212; and inside the extended concourse, outside the newly renovated north end zone. If you have health care issues or anticipate special needs on game day, please call (319) 335-9247 from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.