Candidates for graduation who registered to participate in Commencement and purchased
regalia by April 30 are eligible to receive four tickets to their designated ceremony. Candidates who do not register for commencement and purchase regalia by the deadline (April 30) will NOT be issued any ceremony tickets.
The tickets will be placed on an account in the candidate's name through an e-ticketing
website. Tickets for the Spring 2018 ceremonies will be available beginning at 10:00 a.m. on May 3. The log-in link will be posted on this page.
e-ticketing account Log-In Instructions
- Enter your Towson University student email address into the Login field.
- Enter your 8 digit date of birth in the Password field (Ex., if you were born on June
3, 1991, your password would be 06031991).
- Once you enter your account, we strongly encourage you to change your password (see
changing Password Instructions).
- Click “Manage My Tickets” and select an action “Print-At-Home.”
Access your Commencement tickets here.
Please note: With the large volume of people using the system at one time, it is possible that
it may temporarily freeze up. If this happens, please wait 15 minutes and try again.
Who Needs a Ticket?
Any guest entering the arena, including infants and children, will need a ticket.
There are no exceptions to this policy. Anyone who attempts to attend the ceremonies without a ticket will be denied entrance
to the SECU arena.
Additional tickets in varying amounts may be available. This availability will be
based upon the number of candidates participating in each college's ceremony.
Additional Ticket Release
If extra tickets for the ceremonies become available, a single release will be held
on May 10 at 6:00 p.m. Candidates should follow the same log-in process as they did
to download their initial four ceremony tickets.
Please note there is no guarantee of extra tickets. Candidates should secure their tickets before inviting a guest. All tickets will
be claimed on a first come, first served basis.
Based on historical data from past ceremonies, candidates may anticipate extra tickets
being available in the following amounts:
||Potential extra ticket amount*
|Fisher College of Science & Mathematics
|College of Liberal Arts
|College of Education
|College of Fine Arts & Communication
|College of Business & Economics
|College of Health Professions
*Please note this does not guarantee that the specified number of tickets will be
available as these predictions are based on ticket availability from previous years'
Commencement Live Stream
A live stream of each ceremony will be added to the Commencement page one hour prior to the start of each ceremony to accommodate those family members/friends
who are unable to attend. Additionally, all ceremonies will be recorded and available to view/download for free approximately 1-2 weeks after the ceremonies.
The sale of unused commencement tickets and any fraudulent activity related to tickets is
strictly prohibited. Commencement tickets are allocated to each candidate, based on
occupancy rates, and additional tickets (when available) are distributed for each
college ceremony on a first-come, first-served basis.
Anyone found to be selling or purchasing unused commencement tickets could face academic
discipline including the loss of the privilege to participate in their commencement
ceremony. The tickets are university property, therefore each ticket is a “revocable
license” which the university can withdrawal at any time at its sole discretion.