The University of Minnesota will consider a recommendation next week that alcohol sales continue at TCF Bank Stadium.
On July 1, the university's two-year experiment with selling beer and wine in its football stadium will end.
A report prepared for regents said sales have led to no significant increase in the number of game-day calls to police or caused significant problems in surrounding neighborhoods.
Last year, the Athletics Department made almost $182,000 in profit from the sale of alcohol.
The report suggests increasing the number of locations fans can buy beer and wine in the stadium.
But it recommends that the university continue to sell alcohol in Mariucci and Williams arenas only in premium seating areas.
Regents will likely vote on the recommendation Friday.
If they approve it, the university will ask lawmakers to make alcohol sales permanent.