Convocation tickets were mailed out on May 16th. You will need your tickets to RSVP.
Each graduating student is eligible for two guest tickets for the Ryerson Theatre. Extra tickets for Theatre seating are NOT AVAILABLE for any Convocation ceremony.
However, two tickets for our on-campus closed circuit TV viewing of the ceremony will be available upon request when you rsvp your theatre tickets. RSVP instructions will be included with the May eligibility letter mailing. The closed circuit TV room is located at PODIUM 250. (POD 250)
Please ensure that your guests have their activated tickets in advance and that they bring them on the ceremony date. If they forget them there is no guarantee of seating without the tickets in hand.
PLEASE NOTE: Convocation tickets are only available to students who have received from the University written confirmation of their eligibility to graduate.
All students who applied to graduate will receive a letter in the mail indicating whether they will be graduating or not. All applicants who are eligible and graduating will also receive two guests tickets for seating in the Theatre, an opportunity to request two tickets for an on-screen broadcast, and a day-of Convocation information insert.
If you have applied to graduate and if by early June (for Spring Convocation) or mid October (for Fall Convocation) did not receive the eligibility letter you should email the Convocation and Awards Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each graduating student is eligible for two guest tickets for the Ryerson Theatre.
The Ryerson Theatre is located at 43 Gerrard Street East, Toronto. Seating in the theatre is on a first-come, first-served basis. Theatre doors will open one hour prior to the ceremony. Only guests with tickets will be admitted. Guests should arrive at least 30 minutes before the ceremony and be seated in the theatre at least 15 minutes before the ceremony. Late arrivals will be asked to wait outside the Theatre until the Chancellor's and Academic processions have entered the Theatre.