Accessibility

Wright State University's Nutter Center recognizes the needs of guests with disabilities as defined by the American Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. We continue to make every effort to comply with state and federal accessibility regulations and make reasonable accommodations for guests with disabilities.

On this page:

Tickets and Seating

Please visit the Accessible Seating page for detailed information on purchasing tickets.

Parking

Portions of Lots 1, 2, and 9 are designated for our patrons with disabilities. There are a total of 70 parking spaces, 39 of which are van accessible. In addition, extra accessible parking spaces in the designated lots and surrounding lots for physically challenged patrons may be held (depending on the event). To park in these areas, it is necessary to display an official state handicap parking permit or handicap license plate. To ensure you are able to get to the appropriate location, it is very important that you speak with the parking attendants and tell them you require accessible parking. For special arrangements, please contact Wright State Nutter Center Event Services at (937) 775-4743 or nutterguest@wright.edu.

Drop-off Area

The drop-off and pick-up zone for patrons with disabilities is located in front of the Box Office between Gates 4 and 5.

Entry to the Arena

There are three access ramps for our physically challenged guests: directly in front of the Box Office, the third floor Berry Room entrance, and Gate 9.

Automatic Doors

Automatic door openers are located on the first floor at Gate 9, at the Berry Room entrance on the third floor, and at every gate on the concourse level (except at Gate 5).

Wheelchairs

Wright State University's Nutter Center provides wheelchairs at Guest Services. You may also ask a Wright State Nutter Center staff member for wheelchair assistance. Reservations are not required.

Handrails

Wright State University's Nutter Center provides handrails on each stairway between all arena seating sections.

Assisted Listening Devices

Wright State University's Nutter Center provides an amplification system for hearing impaired patrons. The devices are available at Guest Services, located at the top of section 210.

Restrooms and Drinking Fountains

Accessible restrooms and drinking fountains are located throughout the concourse.