Seats in Sections E-J are typically reserved for Boston College students.
Many of the lower level endzone seats at Alumni Stadium are reserved for the BC band, students and visiting team fans. Visiting team tickets are typically given out in Section O, while BC students typically occupy Sections E-J with the band in H and J. Each section contains up to 30 rows of seating, and fans can find some rare cover and shade in rows 25 and higher.
Lower Level sideline sections at Alumni Stadium contain up to 30 rows per sections. Sections C-E are directly behind the BC sideline and offer some of the best views from midfield.
On the opposite side of the field, the visiting team sits in front of sections Q, R and S. The visiting team side is the sunny side of the field, though relief can sometimes be found in Rows 35 and higher.
Rows 15-25 provide an ideal height for viewing the field from the sideline seats.
The cheapest seats at Alumni Stadium also come with the best view of Alumni Stadium's new videoboards. Upper level endzone sections contain fewer than 20 rows of seating, making them ideal for fans who don't want to climb a lot of stairs.
Beware during cold and windy days; however, as the seats provide zero protection against the elements and are wildly exposed to the wind.
Despite being in the upper deck, sideline seats on the second level at Alumni Stadium are quite good. Shade and cover will be tough to find during the afternoon, but the seats provide some of the best views of the entire field.
Fans in Rows 1 and 2 may be slightly obstructed by the railing, but fans in Rows 5-8 will have a great view and be close to the entrance tunnel, concessions and restrooms.
During windy days, avoid the extreme end sections (like BB and GG), which are susceptible to cold gusts of air.
There are several accommodations made by Alumni Stadium for wheelchair seating at Boston College games. There are designated wheelchair area tickets that may be purchased along with one adjacent seat. These tickets must be acquired directly through the Boston College Ticket Office. There is also designated handicapped parking that can be acquired through the school as well as shuttles that can be taken to the stadium to avoid a long walk to get to your seat.