If you are a School of Education, Law, Nursing, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, or Graduate School of Management student, visit your school's website for information regarding your graduation ceremonies.
Tickets are not required for Graduate Studies.
Who can get tickets:
Tickets are only available to current undergraduate students (in the Colleges of Agricultural and Environmental Science, Biological Science, Engineering, or Letters and Science) who are registered for the upcoming commencement. All students are responsible for printing their own tickets. Tickets are not for sale. Any student who is found selling tickets or in possession of counterfeit tickets will have all of their existing tickets rescinded and they will be reported to Student Judicial Affairs. Any guest who is found selling tickets or in possession of counterfeit tickets at commencement will lose their privilege of admittance to the venue. Tickets are distributed based on the venue’s capacity deemed by the Fire Marshal and the number of graduates.
How to get tickets:
The commencement coordinator for your college will email a student ticket printing letter with instructions on how to print your tickets about 2 weeks prior to commencement. You must register to participate in the ceremony by the indicated deadline in order to receive these instructions.
How many tickets will I receive?
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences – 6 tickets per students
College of Biological Sciences – 4 tickets per student
College of Engineering – 7 tickets per student
College of Letters and Science – 5 tickets per student
How to petition for extra tickets:
Please note that students may petition for extra tickets when they register to participate and up to the Extra Ticket Petition deadline of May 17. The petitions are reviewed by the college coordinators who approve or disapprove petitions after the Extra Ticket Petition deadline has passed. Note that petitions are not guarantees of additional tickets.
Questions about tickets?
If you have a question regarding your tickets other than error messages with printing tickets, complete the Student Inquiry Form. Your inquiry will be routed to your commencement coordinator.
Printing Problems with tickets:
After receiving your student ticket printing letter you encounter error messages, contact Aggie Ticket Office at email@example.com or 530-752-2471 or go by the Aggie Ticket Office at the Stadium between the hours of 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM for printing assistance.
If you have non-print related questions regarding your tickets, or want to check the status of your petition for extra tickets after allowing two weeks for your coordinator to review your request (see information about initiating the petition process above), use the Student Inquiry Form.