Each graduate participating in the ceremonies can request up to six tickets. When you complete the online graduation RSVP through Marching Order, you may request your guest tickets. These tickets can be printed directly from the site, or emailed to your guests so they can print their own. When extending invitations, please remember that Civic Center seating is limited.
For online instructions on how to RSVP using Marching Order, please visit http://sc.my.fsu.edu/students/how/rsvp-graduation.
The ceremony is webcast live for those not able to attend. The website for the webcast is http://learningforlife.fsu.edu/graduation/.
Q: What is a Grad Pass?
A: A Grad Pass is your unique entry pass for your ceremony.
Q: Why do I need a Grad Pass?
A: Due to recent events, FSU and Tucker Center administrators have partnered to enhance safety measures for our commencement ceremonies. All participating graduates are required to present their unique Grad Pass to ensure graduation is enjoyable and safe for everyone.
Q: How will I get my Grad Pass?
A: Your unique Grad Pass is created the week of your ceremony. You'll receive an email prompting you to log into MarchingOrder to access your Grad Pass, which you can print or display on your phone for entry to the Tucker Center.
Q: If I decide not to attend graduation, can I give my Grad Pass to a friend?
A: No. Your Grad Pass is unique and nontransferable. You may not share or give away your Grad Pass.