The general public will be able to resume attending USC’s indoor home athletic events Sunday after being closed for the past two weeks in alignment with the university beginning the spring semester with remote instruction.
However, capacity will be limited to 50% and no additional single-game tickets will be sold for the next three Trojan men’s basketball home games — Monday against Arizona State, Thursday against Stanford and Jan. 29 against California.
The limited capacity will be sufficient to accommodate men’s and women’s basketball season ticket holders, and all fans who had already purchased tickets to upcoming athletic events at the Galen Center, according to the university.
For events with general admission seating, fans will be encouraged to be seated with appropriate physical distancing.
Students attending men’s basketball games will be divided into lower and upper levels; students will be seated in pairs with appropriate physical distancing.
The first event at the Galen Center the general public will be allowed to attend is Sunday’s women’s basketball game against UCLA, the university announced Friday.
Only the families and guests of team members had been permitted to attend USC’s indoor home athletic events since Jan. 12.
In-person instruction at USC will resume Monday after the classes for the first two weeks of the spring semester were held on a remote basis due to locally rising COVID-19 cases.