Starting in 2018, there are new re-entry plans for anyone leaving a Louisiana Ragin Cajuns Athletics ticketed event.
Aligning with national security standards at the majority of NCAA Division I venues, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will implement a re-entry policy for all Ragin’ Cajuns Athletics ticketed events effective Jan. 1, 2018.
Following best practices recommended by law enforcement agencies, fans will not be able to leave a sports facility and return using a previously scanned ticket.
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