Degree candidates who register for Commencement and purchase regalia by the deadline
are guaranteed four tickets for their college’s ceremony. Quantity of tickets per degree candidate is based upon the space available in Johnny
Unitas Stadium and total number of graduates per ceremony.
Who Needs a Ticket?
It is the responsibility of each candidate to plan accordingly when inviting guests
to attend a Commencement ceremony. The Fire Marshal requires that any guest entering
the Johnny Unitas Stadium, including infants and children, will need a ticket. There
are no exceptions to this policy. Anyone who attempts to attend the ceremonies without
a ticket will be denied entrance to the Johnny Unitas Stadium.
How and When Will I Get Tickets?
- Each degree candidate will receive four (4) reserved seats and no more. Seats are
reserved to comply with social distancing recommendations.
- An email containing four (4) tickets to your commencement ceremony will be sent to
your TU email account.
- You will receive the email starting Mon, May 3. All emails will be sent out no later
than Tues, May 4.
The email is sent FROM: Customer Support firstname.lastname@example.org
The SUBJECT: Your tickets are attached.
- Each email has attached four (4) PDF, Print-at-Home tickets. Each file is its own
ticket and contains a unique barcode. You may forward the PDF(s) to your guests. Please
be careful not to send the same ticket twice.
- Any tickets with the same barcode distributed to more than one guest will result in
an invalid barcode. Each degree candidate has been allotted four tickets to be used
by four guests. No additional tickets will be distributed.
Please contact commencement AT_TOWSON with questions or concerns.
Commencement Live Stream
A live stream of each ceremony will be added to the Commencement page one hour prior to the start of each ceremony to accommodate those family members/friends
who are unable to attend. Additionally, all ceremonies will be recorded and available to view/download for free approximately 1-2 weeks after the ceremonies.
The sale of unused commencement tickets and any fraudulent activity related to tickets is
strictly prohibited. Commencement tickets are allocated to each candidate, based on
occupancy rates, and additional tickets (when available) will be automatically added to each candidate’s ticket account.
Anyone found to be selling or purchasing unused commencement tickets could face academic
discipline including the loss of the privilege to participate in their commencement
ceremony. The tickets are university property, therefore each ticket is a “revocable
license” which the university can withdrawal at any time at its sole discretion.
View more information: https://www.towson.edu/academics/commencement/graduates/tickets.html