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All Campus Commencement

We invite all graduates, families and friends to attend both ceremonies to fully experience the pomp and circumstance, and joy and pride, that marks one of the most memorable times in a student’s life. Chancellor Pradeep K. Khosla will officially confer degrees by academic division upon graduates gathered as one student body on RIMAC Field.

In addition, the six undergraduate Colleges, Graduate Division and professional schools will host personalized Graduation Ceremonies for their students, where graduates will be recognized by name as they walk across the stage. We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

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When is the All Campus Commencement ceremony?

The All Campus Commencement ceremony is scheduled to take place from 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 15 at RIMAC Field. Visit the Commencement website for the complete commencement weekend schedule.

What is the difference between the All Campus Commencement ceremony and the college or graduate program commencement ceremonies?

The All Campus Commencement will feature a keynote speaker and the official conferral of degrees by the Chancellor will happen during the All Campus Commencement. Following the All Campus Commencement, the colleges and graduate & professional programs will host personalized graduation ceremonies, where students will walk across stage as their names are read.

Will I need a ticket for the All Campus Commencement ceremony?

Registration for commencement will be open to graduating UC San Diego students from Wednesday, March 4, through Wednesday, May 20, 2020. Students can register for All Campus Commencement (June 13) and their undergraduate college ceremony (June 13–14).

Return to to register. Sign in with your student PID and password.

All Campus Commencement: Tickets are required for graduates to participate in All Campus Commencement and the undergraduate commencement ceremonies. All tickets ordered by Wednesday, May 20, will be available for printing on the following day.

Students must print their own ticket and bring it with them to All Campus Commencement and their undergraduate ceremonies. The ticket can be reprinted in the event that it becomes lost or damaged. Note: The first scan of the ticket at each ceremony will be the only use, other attempted entries will be denied.

Guest tickets are not required for All Campus Commencement or the undergraduate ceremonies. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

Is the All Campus Commencement ceremony mandatory?

While participation in both the All Campus Commencement ceremony and college commencement ceremonies is voluntary, attendance is encouraged for all graduates to be part of a very special new tradition on campus that will celebrate all graduates as one community.

How am I eligible to participate in the All Campus Commencement ceremony?

Undergraduate students must meet the standard commencement participation requirement of having at least 135 units completed by the beginning of spring quarter. Graduate students should check with their program advisors to determine graduation eligibility.

Will I need to wear my cap and gown to the All Campus Commencement ceremony?

Yes, students will process in for the All Campus Commencement ceremony and are required to wear their caps and gowns at both ceremonies.