Our team is diligently working to contract our Commencement venue and we will announce our final date and start times as soon as we have a commitment inked. Commencement will occur on either Sunday, June 11 or Monday, June 12, with associated campus events and celebrations during the week prior. For those attending, please plan to be in the Seattle area through Monday, June 12. We look forward to celebrating with you!
All guest e-tickets have been distributed to those students who have placed their request. Be sure to check the inbox and spam/junk folder of the email account you provided with your order. If you have ordered tickets and not yet received them, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for troubleshooting help. Requests for additional tickets beyond the original distribution are being addressed on a case-by-case basis.
Tickets should be forwarded to your guests so that they have tickets in their possession when they arrive at the ceremony. Tickets can be displayed from a smartphone or printed and provided at entry for scanning. Seating inside of Climate Pledge Arena is General Admission. There is no assigned seating. Ticket numbers listed on guest tickets are solely for tracking purposes and not seat assignments.
If you are a student who has missed the ticket deadline, please email email@example.com with the following information below. All undergraduate students attending commencement are guaranteed up to 6 guest e-tickets. Requests over 6 tickets will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
All undergraduate students attending commencement are guaranteed to receive up to 6 guest electronic tickets with completion of the survey. If you have missed the ticket deadline, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All graduate students attending commencement are guaranteed to receive up to 10 guest electronic tickets with completion of the survey. If you have missed the ticket deadline, please email email@example.com.
*Please note that the number of undergraduate students differs greatly from the number of graduate students allowing for a greater quantity of e-tickets per student allocated to graduate students over undergraduate students.