Priority Seating Information
The priority point system and ticketing
The Priority Point System is designed as a way for the Athletic Department to reward a donor's loyalty. The system awards a point for every dollar given annually to the Athletic Department and a half point for every dollar given annually to the College. The points are then used to determine the order for season ticket upgrade request as well as the ability to obtain tickets to away games and tournament play, based upon availability.
The points are cumulative and valid for a four-year cycle. At the conclusion of the fourth year all points are erased and the system begins again.
Friar Points- Example 1
Mary Friar earned her bachelor's degree from Providence College in 1985. As a proud alumna of the College Mary has an automatic 10 bonus points. As a dedicated "Friar Fanatic" she gives $5,000 to the Field Hockey program and $200 to the PC Fund. In addition, Mary has been a men's basketball season ticket holder for 20 consecutive years. As a result of her generous donations she receives a total of 5,150 priority points.
|Category of Giving||Point Calculation||Total Points|
|Athletics (1 point for every $1)||$5,000 x $1||5,000|
|PC Fund (1/2 point for every $1)||$200 x 1/2||100|
|Men's Basketball STH (2 points/consecutive years)||20 years x 2||40|
|Bonus Points (10 points/alumni)||10||10|
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