NSU reminds public of its new Bag Policy

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NSU– Fans attending Northwestern State home football, basketball, baseball and softball games are reminded that NSU Athletics has a new bag check policy that includes restrictions on the types of purses and bags that will be allowed inside the venues.

No bag larger than 12 inches by 12 inches is permitted. Any purse or bag brought to the venue gates will be searched at gates by trained personnel, said Mike Jacklich, assistant athletics director for ticketing and special events.

The search is aimed at preventing weapons from entering the stadium, along with outside food and beverage, alcohol, drugs, umbrellas, and other items deemed inappropriate by gameday staff or NSU police, said Jacklich. Umbrellas have been banned from NSU home football games for many years.

Fans who don’t bring bags and want to avoid any possible wait time may more quickly enter Turpin Stadium at the southwest gate on the press box side, and at the east gate on the opposite side of the stadium, where the NSU student section is located.

Fans are allowed to bring factory-sealed water bottles up to 20 ounces into the stadium.

For complete information on the policy, visit NSUDemons.com/bagpolicy online. NSU staff members attended an intense risk-management training session this spring, leading to the decision to institute the new bag policy, Jacklich said.

For more information on NSU football gameday policies and procedures call 318-357-5251.

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