The Fall 2015 Commencement Ceremony is a ticketed event. The ceremony will take place in the Performing Arts Center, 698 West International Speedway. Due to the limited seating in the Performing Arts Center, the University will simulcast the ceremony in the Michael & Libby Johnson Center for Civic Engagement located at 740 West International Speedway and Heyn Chapel Located in White Hall. The Box Office will issue tickets for all locations.
Bethune-Cookman University welcomes family and friends of our candidates for graduation to the Spring Commencement which will be a memorable celebration! Confirmed candidates for graduation will receive a maximum of 8 complimentary tickets for their guests. Candidates will not receive admission tickets until the University has confirmed they have satisfied all academic and financial requirements to graduate.
Tickets will be distributed at the Mary McLeod Bethune-Cookman Performing Arts Center during the week prior to the Commencement ceremony. Candidates for graduation must present Bethune-Cookman University ID or other photo identification to pick up tickets, name cards, and honor cords. The schedule for distribution will be published by the Office of the Registrar at a later time.
Candidates for graduation who will be returning to town for the occasion or who are not able to come to campus on the designated day(s) should contact the PAC Box Office at (386) 481-2465 or the Office of the Registrar at (386) 481-2525.
A limited number of tickets will be available to the general public at the PAC Box Office. The dates will be announced at a later time.
Graduation Live Video Stream
Due to the limit space available, Bethune-Cookman University will provide live video streaming of the Commencement Ceremony on its website. By viewing the live video stream, family and friends of the graduates, and the general public from all around the globe will be able to share in this most memorable occasion.Ã‚
Live streaming will begin a few minutes before the ceremony starts. The link is not active when the ceremony is not in progress.