FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: When is the Howl?
A: The Howl will be Friday, October 29th, 2021 from 8pm to 1am
Q: Who can attend the Howl activities?
A: Only registered USU students.
Q: Do I have to be a USU student to attend?
Q: Where can I pick up my student tickets?
A: Tickets can be purchased in person at the TSC Card Office or Spectrum Ticket Office, student tickets are not available online.
Q: How many tickets can I buy?
A: You can only purchase one ticket.
Q: Can I resell my ticket?
A: No, any student who resells tickets to a non-USU student will be subject to action from the USU Office of Student Conduct.
Q: What do I need to attend the Howl events?
A: You need a ticket and your USU ID.
Q: How much do tickets cost?
A: Tickets are $15.
Q: Can I leave the Howl events and then come back?
A: No, there is no re-entry.
Q: What is the Howl?
A: The Howl is an annual Halloween themed and costume event that the Activities Committee from USUSA plans each October. This year it will feature a Dance, Laser Tag, Archery Tag, Virtual Reality, Hypnotist, Comedian, Fortune Tellers, Airbrush Tattoos, Karaoke, Photo Booth and more!
Q: What will be different due to the COVID-19 pandemic?
A: We will only be allowing USU Students to participate. Masks covering nose and mouth are permitted but full head masks are not allowed. There will be space to maintain physical distance.
RULES AND EXPECATIONS
USU students only. Student IDs will be required for entry.
No alcohol or illegal substances.
No props or weapons.
Consent is mandatory. Consent is an agreement to do the same thing at the same time in the same way. Groping or grinding without consent is not allowed, and anyone who does this will be removed from the Howl. Please report concerns to event staff or security immediately.
Mask your mouth, not your eyes. Masks over your mouth and nose are recommended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. But full face coverings or eye masks are not allowed.