Note: Robinson Stadium has installed an artificial turf field. We are asking that graduates do not wear stiletto heals or bring gum or sunflower seeds to commencement. Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
Commencement will take place on Friday May 9, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. in Robinson Stadium
There is a special section designated in Robinson Stadium to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing students, their families and guests. This special section will afford you the best view of the sign language interpreter.
The reserved seating section will be located on the West end and home side of the stadium and marked VIP section. Look for the VIP signs.
Handicapped-designated parking is available in both of the campus parking structures and in most of the open parking lots. There is a large section of designated parking on Level 1 of the structure labeled Lot 4, near the intersection of Hill Avenue and Del Mar Boulevard.
Accessible viewing areas for guests with mobility disabilities are located throughout Robinson Stadium and there are multiple accessible routes to these locations. There are four wheelchair insets in the front row of the Home side stands and ten in the front row of the Visitor side stands. Each wheelchair inset includes bleacher seating for accompanying guests. (top)
Graduates will process out of Robinson Stadium through the East Gate and through the Sculpture Garden, into the Campus Center Quad where a celebration with free refreshments and music will take place. (top)
Meet your graduate in the Campus Center Quad area! Do not attempt to run onto the field or meet your graduate in line. (top)
Students: Please remember to return your cap and gown in the Campus Center WiFi Lounge.
You will receive a diploma cover at the Ceremony. Diplomas are mailed to you upon verification of completion of all requirements for graduation. (top)
STAGING AREA - on either side of the TICKET BOOTH
Seek out a uniformed officer for assistance. Police Officers, campus police, and cadets will be on hand to help handle emergencies that may occur. A FIRST AID STATION is located in the Hutto Patterson Gym on the second floor. (top)
If you have lost an item, check with Campus Police or call (626) 585-7484. You may turn in found items to the Campus Safety or at the Alumni Info Booth. (top)
For the convenience of the graduates, the college provides a professional photography service. Please do not use flash or lighted video equipment during the program.
Please be mindful not to block the view of the ceremony while you are taking photos. (top)
Each graduate will be photographed as they receive their diploma. You will receive a photo by mail. Be sure to update your mailing address with the Records Office and the Alumni Office to ensure proper delivery. (top)