Tickets

Coussoulis Arena

 

College
# of tickets allotted
College of Education 6
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 6
College of Arts and Letters and College of Education
6
College of Business and Public Administration
6
College of Natural Sciences 6

 

Who Needs a Ticket

All family and friends, including children, require a ticket to enter either the Arena or the overflow locations. Graduating students do not need a ticket for their ceremony.

Arena tickets have a bar code with your student ID. Tickets will be scanned at the entrance of the arena. The barcode printed on the ticket allows one entry per scan. Duplication or sale of this ticket may prevent your guests from being admitted to the event.

Once you have successfully registered for commencement by completing your name card and the Graduate Exit Survey and have paid the commencement registration fee you will be able to print out your tickets. If you have problems printing arena tickets, please contact the ITS Helpdesk at (909) 537-7677.

NOTE: The possession of an arena ticket does not guarantee admission to the arena. Doors will close once capacity is met.

Additional Arena Tickets

A limited number of additional arena tickets may become available on-line after the close of registration. That number is determined by the total number of students registered for each ceremony and the number of arena tickets remaining. All additional tickets can be downloaded on-line, by registered students only, on Monday, November 21, 2016 starting at 8 a.m. To access these tickets, please log back into MyCoyote Commencement registration and select the Additional Ticket Information link.

Overflow Tickets

Over-flow tickets to view commencement on a large screen in the Health and PE Complex, HP 124, located on the west wing of the arena and College of Education, room 105, will be available at the Coyote Bookstore on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 at 8:00 a.m. until gone.

The arena's lobby doors will close temporarily during the platform procession and will reopen after the singing of the National Anthem.