It’s never too early to get excited for UW Homecoming. Plan now to return to campus on October 17, 2015, when Wisconsin battles Purdue.
Enjoy a brief look back at the fun and festivities — and how Badgers carried on the tradition — during last year’s Homecoming by checking out this spirited slide show.
Your Homecoming starts here: Saturday, October 17, 2015
If the pre-game celebration is all you need or want, learn more and buy now.
8:30–10:30 a.m. | Wisconsin Field House
Return to the UW for the time-honored tradition of Homecoming. And relive what you love about this spirited event thanks to WAA’s ready-made party! When you celebrate among Badgers, you celebrate among friends.
Every Homecoming 2015 package includes:
- One game ticket: Wisconsin vs. Purdue
- One ticket to the BADGER HUDDLE®: the official Homecoming tailgate
- One Cheer Pack: complete with Homecoming swag
Packages cost $125 per person or $115 per WAA member, and $95 per child aged 2 to 12.
Wisconsin vs. Purdue Game
Camp Randall Stadium
For questions, or to become a WAA member to receive this and other perks, call WAA toll free at 888-WIS-ALUM (947-2586).
Wisconsin Athletics Carry-In Policy
Visit uwbadgers.com for a complete guide to Camp Randall’s carry-in policy.
Parking & Transportation
Game Day parking is extremely limited, and with a variety of construction projects going on around and near campus, we recommend the following methods of transportation for getting to and from Camp Randall Stadium:
- Madison Metro Transit, Route 80
This bus route runs throughout campus free of charge. After a quick jaunt through Eagle Heights, Route 80 will take you down Randall Avenue, stopping between Union South and Camp Randall Stadium.
- Bucky Bus operated by Kobussen Buses
Starting two hours before kickoff, buses will transport fans to Camp Randall from Lot 60 and Lot 64. Round-trip fare is $6, and one-way fare is $3. Return trips will run for one hour after the game ends.
Bcycle bicycle-rental stations are located throughout campus.