Tickets and Seating

Tickets will be required for the 2017 Commencement ceremony. Tickets are not available for the general public. Further information on ticket disbursement dates and details will be announced in the upcoming weeks. Tickets are non-transferrable.

Graduating Seniors
Each graduating senior who completes the Ringing the Bell survey will receive 10 tickets for their family members and other guests. Five of the tickets will be for seating inside the Commencement tent; the remaining five are for seats outside of the tent. (Graduates will not need a ticket for themselves.) A limited number of additional tickets for indoor seating where the commencement exercises may be viewed via live streaming will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. These tickets will not be honored in the event of inclement weather as priority will be to offer indoor seating to other ticket holders. Graduating seniors who wish to request indoor seating tickets should click here. Information regarding the Ringing the Bell survey and ticket pick-up will be sent to graduates on April 24; the survey must be completed by May 10. For questions about the survey please contact Corey Dunn at cdunn@agnesscott.eduTickets for graduating seniors will be distributed by the Office of the Dean of Students.  Tickets can be picked up the week of May 8, Monday-Friday; 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. To schedule pick up outside of the daily schedule, please contact Shinade Ramirez at sramirez@agnesscott.edu or x6392.

Returning Students, Faculty and Staff
Tickets will be available for pick up: Monday-Wednesday, May 8-10; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily at the Information Desk in the Alston Campus Center. An Agnes Scott ID is required for pick up. The priority deadline for faculty and staff to request tickets has passed. Requests from those who missed the deadline will be honored on a space-available basis. Those individuals who requested tickets before the deadline will receive tickets.

Alumnae
Alumnae are invited to view Commencement via live streaming. The link for live streaming will be shared in the near future, so please continue to check this site for updates. The Commencement speech will be available on YouTube on Sunday, May 14.

General Public
In an effort to accommodate our graduates and their families, there will be no tickets available to the general public.

Enrolled and Admitted Applicants
Enrolled and admitted applicants are invited to view Commencement via live streaming. The link for live streaming will be shared in the near future, so please continue to check this site for updates. The commencement speech will be available on YouTube on Sunday, May 14.

Special Needs 
Special needs seating will be available in designated areas during the ceremony; however, a ticket is required for all guests seated in the special needs section. There are no special tickets for the special needs seating areas.
 
Children
Tickets are not required for children under the age of two as long as the child sits on an adult's lap. Strollers are not permitted in the seating areas.