Season Parking only available to season ticket holders. The location of your pass will be determined by your membership level, please reference the parking maps below to determine which lot your pass will be located in. Purchase of parking pass is cash only on the day of the event. Please reference the maps below for the location of game day parking lots.
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List of Bowling Green State University buildings
Originally was a one-room school in Huron County, Ohio that operated from to the s. Kennedy held a speech inside this building Then called Administration Hall , on September 19, , with 1, in attendance, and needing to be turned away due to a lack of seating. The second building to be built on the campus, Williams Hall was built in and served as the first dormitory on campus, housing mostly female students. In , the entire building was converted for use of the faculty of the Department of History, the Department of Political Science, and the Department of Sociology. At a time, Williams Hall also served as offices for the faculty of the Department of Philosophy —71 , the International Studies Program —86 , and the Social Work Program —
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