Graduates who are marching in the Commencement ceremony receive up-to three tickets.
All tickets are for general admission (no assigned seating).
Graduates should distribute their tickets to their guests in advance of Commencement.
No guest will be admitted to the venue without a ticket.
Graduating students can pick up their tickets at the same time and place they pick up their cap and gown:
Monday, May 20, through Wednesday, May 22, from 12:00-7:00 p.m. each day at 66 West 12th Street, room 510.
Commencement is a popular event that generally fills to capacity. The few extra tickets that may become available are distributed via a waiting list. To add your name to the list, make sure your New School Gmail account is open on your computer, then go to the waiting list form.
The New School prohibits the sale or purchase of Commencement tickets and the posting of advertisements offering tickets for sale or requesting tickets for purchase. The New School also prohibits the duplication of tickets as well as the production and use of counterfeit tickets.
Any student who The New School has reason to believe is selling tickets, has purchased tickets, or has posted an advertisement selling or offering to buy tickets or who is found to have produced or attempted to use a duplicated or counterfeit ticket will be subject to sanction by the university. Penalties may include denial of permission to participate in Commencement. Any guest found to be using such tickets will be refused admission to the ceremony.
If you have questions about this policy, contact Gene Puno-DeLeon in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.229.5349.
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