Saturday, May 17
9:30 am | Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center
Lineup begins at 8:15 am
Degree candidates will LINE UP
dressed in full regalia
at 8:15 am along University Avenue near the Administration Lawn. College banners will be posted around the lawn area. Bachelor's candidates line up with their college while candidates receiving graduate degrees line up as a group with the College of Graduate Studies. Local bagpipe group, Border Highlanders Pipes and Drums, will lineup in front of the platform party, faculty, and candidates.
Around 9:00 am, the bagpipes will begin and lead the PROCESSION
down University Avenue to the Kibbie-ASUI Activity Center, where candidates and faculty will proceed to their seats. For many graduates, this will be a memorable last walk through campus as they begin the next chapter of their lives. With the historic Administration Building and lush lawn area close by, this is a perfect opportunity to photograph your special graduate.
Faculty and graduates will process into the Kibbie Center where graduates will be seated by college. After the procession concludes, the CEREMONY
will begin promptly at 9:30 am. The ceremony will last approximately 2 1/2 hours.
are not required for the event. General admission seating is first-come, first-served. Concessions will be open, no alcohol or outside food allowed. Premium club seats, loges, and suites will be available for purchase through the ticket office starting March 3. Premium seating details will be emailed to students in mid-February.
may be reached by following Stadium Drive to the parking lot on the west end of the Kibbie Center.
Degree candidates or guests with disabilities may request assistance
or more information.
Guests unable to visit Moscow may watch the ceremony live online
Immediately following the ceremony, colleges will host a CELEBRATION RECEPTION
for graduates, guests, faculty, and staff. Light refreshments and photo opportunities will be available. Graduate-level candidates and their guests may attend the celebration event according to their field of study.
| Agricultural & Life Sciences
|Ag Biotechnology Building
| Art & Architecture
|Prichard Art Gallery, 414 S Main St
| Business & Economics
|J.A. Albertson Building
||Physical Education Building Room 210
||Engineering-Physics Building Lawn
| Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
| Natural Resources
|College of Natural Resources Building
||Student Union Building Ballroom