Michigan State fans will be able to purchase alcohol at 4 games this season at Spartan Stadium.

Before last month, Michigan and Michigan State were among the 3 Big Ten schools that didn’t allow alcohol sales, as 11 of the 14 Big Ten schools already allow the sale of alcohol: Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio State, Purdue, Penn State, Rutgers, Minnesota, Northwestern, Wisconsin and Iowa.

The Board of Trustees at Michigan State University voted unanimously Wednesday to authorize the school to request liquor licenses to sell alcohol at games beginning with a Sept. 16 game against Washington, the Associated Press reported.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said in a statement in July that “authorizing the legal sale of alcohol at sporting events will bring (the Michigan schools) on equal footing with other universities, help reduce the likelihood of binge drinking before games, and bring in a heck of a lot more revenue that we can use to improve the student experience. I am proud that we are getting this done and making fall evenings at the Spartan Stadium or the Big House safer and more fun.”

If the liquor licenses are approved by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, the university also plans to sell alcohol at Spartan Stadium on Sept. 23 against Maryland, Oct. 21 against Michigan and Nov. 4 against Nebraska. Officials said they chose not to sell liquor at the first two home games at the beginning of September because of logistical challenges, the AP reported.