College of Arts and Communication | College of Business and Economics – 10 a.m.
College of Education and Professional Studies | College of Letters and Sciences – 3 p.m.
Make sure you have filed your application for graduation. If you still have questions about your graduation status, contact the Registrar’s Office or your specific college immediately: Arts and Communication – Jim Disrude, 262-472-1607; Business and Economics – Advising and Career Services Office, 262-472-4900; Education and Professional Studies – Jillian Smith, 262-472-1059; Letters and Sciences – Deb Connelly, 262-472-1620; Associate Degree – Breanna Brunner, 262-472-1570.
You may place cap and gown orders at the Salute to Grads event on March 5 and 6 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the University Bookstore, online through the University Bookstore, or in person at the bookstore. Payment is due at the time of ordering and prices are subject to change for orders placed after Friday, March 22. If you are eligible for an honor cord, you may purchase it at the bookstore for $10.98 plus tax. The bookstore will have a list of graduates who qualify to walk with honors. International sashes are available at the bookstore for $37 plus tax for one country (multiple countries available for additional fees). Be sure to order by Friday, March 22. Pick up your cap and gown from the University Bookstore during the week of Monday, May 13. Students choosing to participate in the ceremony must wear an approved cap and gown.
Please be sure to review the guidelines for regalia, including rules for decorating your cap. Download PDF >>
Pick up your seven complimentary commencement tickets at the Greenhill Center of the Arts Box Office. Tickets will be available to graduates from Monday, April 15 through 3 p.m. Friday, May 17. Children under age two will be permitted to sit on an adult's lap, but all other guests will require a ticket for seating. A photo I.D. is required at pickup. Tickets are issued only once and, if lost, will not be replaced. Please note that state law and university policy prohibit you from selling your commencement tickets. Students who sell tickets will be reported to the police, as well as face university disciplinary action, which could affect their degree.
Pick up your cap and gown if you have not already done so. The University Bookstore will open at 8 a.m. Arrive at the Williams Center/Kachel Fieldhouse at least one hour before your ceremony starts and report to Gym 1 on the second floor. You must check in at the Registrar’s table to pick up your name card and photo information. Remember to distribute your tickets to family and friends prior to the ceremony.
Questions on caps and gowns, announcements – contact the University Bookstore at 262-472-1281. Questions regarding graduation status (undergraduates) – contact Sonia Gambsky in the Registrar’s Office at 262-472-1570. Questions regarding the ceremony – send an email to email@example.com. Questions regarding accommodations – contact the Center for Students with Disabilities at 262-472-4711. Questions on parking – call Parking Services at 262-472-1011.