Students at the University of Colorado are demanding more tickets to the Republican presidential candidate debate.

The Daily Camera reports the student government passed a resolution Thursday night criticizing the university, Republican National Committee and CNBC, the broadcast network hosting the Oct. 28 event in Boulder.

On Friday, university officials announced the RNC would increase the number of tickets for students, faculty and administrators from 50 to 100. CU-Boulder spokesman Ryan Huff said in an email that the school asked for additional seats, but that it's unlikely any more will be made available due to the limits of the stage, lighting and other equipment.

The student resolution called for a "drastic" increase in tickets for the university community, and said the school should pull its involvement if organizers refused.