Commencement Tickets

Georgia Tech Commencement

Fall 2014 Ticketing Policy

Georgia Tech is excited to host the Commencement ceremonies in the newly renovated McCamish Pavilion. Due to capacity limitations, Georgia Tech will issue general admission tickets to the event. Undergraduates will be issued six guest tickets. The Ph.D. and Master's ceremony will not be ticketed. An RSVP is required from both graduate and undergraduate students to attend and participate in the ceremony.


If you have not submitted an RSVP, contact the Commencement Office ( immediately to request a late RSVP. Students must have an RSVP to participate in the ceremony.

Will Call

Will call is located next to the main entrance of McCamish Pavilion. Students who had their original tickets moved to will call must pick them up the morning of the ceremony. The student or their delegate must present the graduating student's name and Georgia Tech ID number to receive their reserved tickets. Additional tickets for the ceremony will also be distributed at will call. 

The box office is unable to accommodate a split pick-up; all tickets for a group must be collected by one individual, who will be responsible for ensuring all guests receive their tickets.

Any tickets remaining when will call closes, reserved or unreserved, will be forfeited.

Will Call Hours
Saturday, December 13, from 7 to 8:45 a.m.

Additional Tickets

The Commencement Office will have additional tickets at will call. Students or a delegate may receive up to five tickets on a first-come, first-served basis. The graduating student's GT ID number is required to receive additional tickets.

Faculty, staff, and current students who would like to attend the bachelor's ceremony may request two tickets on a first-come, first-served basis at will call. Individuals must show their valid Buzzcard to receive tickets.

Please review our will call policies above. 

Overflow Rooms and Additional Viewing Options

Guest overflow will be available in O’Keefe Gym located next to McCamish Pavilion. No tickets are required for overflow. Space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

We will also show a live webcast of the ceremony at The live link for each ceremony will appear thirty minutes prior to ceremony start. Full ceremony videos will be posted to our website one week following the event.

Guests on campus may re-scan their TVs to receive 19.1 and watch the ceremony live on GTCN. 

Ph.D. and Master's Ceremony

The Ph.D. and Master's Ceremony will not be a ticketed for fall 2014. An RSVP is still required to participate.