Spring 2014 Commencement
Friday, May 9th, 2014
Congratulations Graduates! Commencement is a time of celebration for Colorado School of Mines, our graduates, and their families. Steeped in tradition, the Colorado School of Mines Commencement Ceremony is one of the most honored and revered events of the year. It is a time to honor our students for the journey they have completed and celebrate the one they are beginning.
Due to recent events, we are requesting that all graduates and their guests refrain from bringing bags, backpacks, large purses, etc. to the Commencement Ceremony. Please leave these items at home or in your vehicle.
Degree candidates will receive a limited number of tickets to Kafadar Commons. The number of tickets allotted to each student will be determined prior to the SALUTE event. SALUTE will be the first opportunity for students to obtain their tickets. After SALUTE, undergraduates may bring their completed check-out form to the Office of Student Life located in the Student Center, suite 218. Tickets for Commencement will only be issued to graduates once the check-out process has been completed.
Masters and Doctoral Candidate tickets are distributed by the Graduate Office once the check-out process is complete.
Guests without tickets are welcome to enjoy the ceremony on Stratton Commons. Chairs and a live feed of the ceremony are provided.
Check-out cards and tickets will be handed out at the SALUTE event. Graduation SALUTE will be held March 20th from 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. and March 21st from 10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. This is your opportunity to complete the check-out process early, so plan on attending. If you would like to get a “jump-start” on checking out, you can complete the following prior to SALUTE:
- Verify your forwarding address on Trailhead
- Go to the Career Center to fill out a survey
- Check out with the Alumni Association
Please note: The Commencement check-out deadline is April 11th. Failure to complete check-out by this date will result in your name being pulled from the ceremony. There are no exceptions.