Bug Bowl 2023 FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions about Bug Bowl
Purdue’s Bug Bowl has encouraged the public to get up close and personal with insects for three decades.
Do I need to pre-register for Bug Bowl? Is it free?
Bug Bowl is a free family event; all ages are welcome! All events the day of Bug Bowl are walk-in; there is no need to pre-register. Visit Purdue campus and check out our bug zoo, look into a beehive, and more!
Our student clubs do sell CSI-themed materials and insect jewelry as a fund-raiser.
Where can I get information about parking and same-day events?
Will There Be Honey Tasting in 2023?
Yes, this will be located in Smith Hall Room 208.
Cricket Spitting was changed in 2022 to Cricket Flinging. This event will be on hiatus for 2023 and we will be building for 2024!
Is Smith Hall Accessible?
Smith Hall is over 100 years old, but all of the Bug Bowl exhibits and rooms we are using on the first and second floor are wheelchair accessible.
- Our elevator is an antique, but most chairs 34″ wide or less will fit inside.
- Restrooms on the first floor are wheelchair accessible.
- The front entrance of Smith Hall and the rear parking lot entrance are both equipped with automatic doors. If you are looking at an entrance or exit with stairs, head toward the middle of the building. Printable Map of First Floor Smith Hall
- All service animals accompanying people with disabilities are welcome in Smith Hall.
Questions about other accessibility issues? Please email email@example.com and we will do our best to help.
Service animals Yes; Pets No
We welcome all service animals accompanying people with disabilities. However, for the safety of our visitors and your pet, please do not bring companion pets of any type with you to campus. Bug Bowl and SpringFest can be noisy and crowded in spots, and some animals find this very stressful.
How did Bug Bowl Start?
Have more questions?
We are happy to answer them! Email firstname.lastname@example.org.