When will tickets be available and how will students receive their tickets?
Students will be able to request tickets online starting on April 4 at 9 a.m. In order to be eligible for tickets, students must have applied for graduation & have registered to participate in ceremonies. Please note, only students who have completed these two steps may request commencement ceremony tickets.
Why are guest tickets required?
Safety is the first and foremost reason for limiting the number of guests in University Stadium. The large-scale nature of past commencements has resulted in a lack of ADA parking and seating, concerns regarding emergency evacuation procedures and the ability for emergency vehicles to enter the stadium if needed, and the lack of bleacher seating for all of our guests attending the ceremonies.
How many tickets may students request?
Each graduating student may request up to seven tickets to the University Stadium Ceremonies. Ticket numbers will vary for Masters and College of Agriculture ceremonies in Laxson Auditorium. Tickets that are not reserved will be allocated online to students at a first come first service basis. These tickets will be distributed May 2, 2017 at 9 a.m. Guest tickets cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed.
May guests request their own tickets?
Are tickets required for students participating in the ceremonies?
No, tickets are only required for guests attending the ceremonies.
Do children need a ticket to attend Commencement?
Yes, above 3 years old will require tickets.
Will a ticket be required for guests in a wheelchair?
Yes, tickets are required of guests utilizing a wheelchair. There is alternative seating available for persons who, due to mobility restrictions or serious health conditions, cannot navigate the stadium stairs. Each guest requiring special seating accommodations may have one additional ticketed guest to accompany them.
What if I need a disability-related accommodation?
If you need a disability-related accommodation, please contact the Accessibility Resource Center: 530-898-5959 or email@example.com. Accommodations will be provided upon request for people with disabilities, provided the request is made at least seven days prior to the event. ADA seating will be available in the alternate viewing sites.
Can I buy tickets?
NO! Any student caught selling tickets will be reported. (CA.Penal Code § 346It is illegal to sell tickets that were bought for the purpose of resale for more than face value on the grounds of the event venue without the written permission of the event sponsor).