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FAQs

Do we need tickets for Graduation?

Yes, graduating students and their guests (two maximum) will be required to present tickets. ​​​ ​​Tickets are non-transferable and have a unique barcode that may be scanned only once.  No additional tickets will be released prior to the event.


What COVID-19 protocols will be in place?

Graduating students are allowed a maximum of two guests accompany them and will be required to provide contact information for both guests as part of the registration process for contact tracing.   A screening process will be required for entry, including temperatures being taken.  Masks will be required at all times.  Social distancing will be enforced and all seats will be at least 6 feet apart.  The entry process and ceremony itself will be touchless.  Ceremony times are staggered throughout the weekend to allow for a lighter flow of people arriving and departing at one time.


Will the ceremonies be web-cast?
Yes, all ceremonies will be webcast.  Links will be posted to the Emory Commencement website.


Where and when do I get my cap and gown?

You may purchase your regalia by visiting this website If you are shipping regalia to your home, the deadline is April 25.  However, if you are in Atlanta and wish to have your regalia shipped to the Emory bookstore for pickup instead to avoid shipping charges, the ordering deadline is March 12. 


Will there be a photographer at Graduation?
Yes, we have contracted with a photographer to take a photo of each graduate present during the ceremony. 


​How can I place an ad in the Graduation Magazine for my graduating student?

The Emory Wheel's Graduation Magazine is issued every year at Commencement and features ads placed by family and friends on behalf of their seniors alongside editorial content.  Submit information for your senior’s ad before mid-April. Order by early March for an early bird discount.  Contact Mileen Meyer at mileen.meyer@emory.edu for further details.​