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The deadline to apply for graduation is Friday, Oct. 4. RSVP for the Honor Stole Ceremony will open in mid-October. The deadline to RSVP is Saturday, Dec. 7.
Like other graduation ceremonies, you will go to the RSVP Ceremonies link on My ASU. The link will be accessible once registration is open. For step-by-step instructions, click here. The deadline to RSVP is Saturday, Dec. 7.
No, tickets are not required for Honor Stole Ceremony. Both the event and parking for the event are free. You will need to confirm your guest count when you register, and an email confirmation will be sent to notify you we received your RSVP.
Graduates must report at least half an hour before the ceremony. Check this site for more details as the ceremony approaches.
There is no limit to the number of guests you may bring to this special ceremony, but please indicate your guest count when registering.
No, but we will have water stations available for you and your guests.
Please be sure to indicate on your RSVP that you or your guest will need special accommodation.
No, academic regalia is not worn at this ceremony. We suggest business casual attire. Pictures will be taken and each graduating veteran will walk across the stage to receive their veteran stole.
Yes, there is a section reserved for guests of graduating veterans and ROTC, and it is the best possible view of our veterans on the field. To secure seats for your guests in this special section, please email email@example.com with your guest count by May 3. Upon check-in at the Honor Stole Ceremony, you will pick up wristbands for each of your guests for Undergraduate Commencement. This section is first-come, first-served. No tickets or wristbands are required for the Honor Stole Ceremony.
No, there is no clear bag policy in the Student Pavilion.
At the end of each semester, the Pat Tillman Veterans Center and the ASU Alumni Association recognize student veteran graduates with the Veterans Honor Stole Ceremony. Every year the ceremony grows larger, with more than 150 graduates and 700+ guests in attendance this year. It is a point of pride for our student veterans and their families.