Nebraska is known for selling out a packed Memorial Stadium every week during football season with a string of sellouts going back to 1962. Now, the Huskers are enlisting the help of their fans in determining how to improve the gameday experience in Lincoln.

Nebraska AD Trev Alberts announced Wednesday that the athletic department would be distributing a survey to over 200,000 donors and season ticket holders beginning Thursday, Jan. 13. According to Alberts, the survey will be regarding “Memorial Stadium modernization.”

“This survey will provide us valuable data as we evaluate every area that impacts our fans on game day at Memorial Stadium,” wrote Alberts in a Tweet. “Next week, the survey will become publicly available – we look forward to your participation and appreciate all of your support.”

Fans are asked to complete the survey by Jan. 31.