Commencement Ceremony

Can't make it to the ceremony? You will be able to watch it here.

When

  • Saturday, December 13th, 2014
  • Traditional Undergrad/Graduate/Seminary ceremony will be at 10am and the Degree Completion ceremony will be at 1:30pm.
  • Doors to the Special Events Center will open 1 hour prior to each ceremony and will close 15 minutes prior to beginning of the ceremony. Those arriving late will be ushered to the mezzanine area of the Special Events Center, or to overflow seating in the Steinert Campus Center where the ceremony will be broadcast via a live video feed.

Where

Special Events Center on the Fresno Pacific main campus.

Get directions to the campus here.

Tickets & Seating

  • Tickets will be required to attend the ceremony in the Special Events Center.
  • For guests attending without a ticket, overflow seating and a live stream of the ceremonies will be provided in the dining hall and Steinhert Campus Center lounge in addition to the live stream available for viewing online at www.fresno.edu/live

Other Important Information

Please remember to silence all cell phones and electronic devices.

SPECIAL NEEDS:

*For Special Needs Seating, contact Student Life at 559-453-2073 by December 5th for special seating arrangements (i.e. not able to walk up stairs, hearing impaired, in a wheelchair, sign language interpreter, etc.)

*Anyone in need of Spanish or Hmong translation services, please contact Student Life at 559-453-2073 by December 5th to request services. Reservations are required to ensure enough headphones will be available. 

*Special parking for those with disabilities will be in the Hamilton lot.

See map on back for directions.

SOCIAL MEDIA: Follow the commencement ceremonies on social media

During the ceremonies, Fresno Pacific will be tweeting and posting updates regularly on several social media channels. Join the conversation by using the hashtag #fpugrad on Facebook (facebook.com/fresnopacific) Instagram (fresnopacific) and Twitter (twitter.com/fpu). See you online!

Additional information for students