Want to be a part of the action all season long? Become a Graduate Student Usher!
About the Graduate Ushers
For all Men’s Basketball home games, the graduate student
section in Cameron Indoor Stadium is supervised
by an ushering crew comprised entirely of student volunteers. Organized by the Basketball Committee, and managed by two Head Ushers, Graduate Ushers monitor the Graduate and Professional Student ticket card and walk-up lines outside Cameron, oversee admission of Graduate and Professional Students into Cameron, and maintain order within the graduate student section.
Interested in becoming an Usher?
Ushering staff will be comprised of active Basketball Committee members.
Please email email@example.com for more information.
What do ushers do at games?
out availability surveys to sign-up for games and ushering crews are
selected for each game by
the Head Ushers based on performance. Ushers
are assigned to a variety of jobs both outside and inside
pre-game doing everything from wristbanding students for entry to
helping fill the graduate section.
During the game, ushers work in shifts to check tickets and student IDs for entry into the lower bowl of Cameron.
part of the game day staff and are expected to conduct themselves in a
responsible and respectful
manner. Reasons for disqualification from ushering include, but are not limited to,
How do I become Head Usher?
There is always at least one “seasoned” Head Usher with at
least one season of Head Usher experience in
the pair. When there is a
vacancy, interested ushers apply for the position. In order to be
eligible, a candidate
must have at least one full season of ushering
experience. The returning Head Usher selects a candidate who
is then approved by Duke Athletics before being subject to approval by the GPSC Basketball Committee.
If you have any questions about ushering, please contact our Head Ushers at firstname.lastname@example.org