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University Commencement Ceremony

Tickets are not required for the University Commencement Ceremony at Brooks Stadium. Guest seating is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

College Ceremonies

Tickets are required for the College Ceremonies at the HTC Center (for guests ages one and older). Guest seating is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Graduates do not need a ticket but are responsible for claiming and distributing their tickets.

As a degree candidate planning on walking in your college ceremony, you may claim up to six (6) general admission tickets. Tickets will be available to claim under your CINO ID number by visiting and selecting “Commencement Tickets.” Tickets will be available starting at 9 a.m. ET on Tuesday, April 5. Access to the tickets will continue until 4 p.m. ET on Friday, April 29. For more instructions on claiming tickets, view the Step-by-Step Guide to Claiming College Ceremony Tickets.

Additional/Rush Tickets

After initial tickets have been claimed and the number of available seats has been established, an email will be sent to eligible graduates with more information on how to obtain additional tickets online. Additional tickets are not guaranteed but are subject to seating availability. Rush tickets, if available, will be accessible starting Tuesday, May 3, at noon ET, until tickets are exhausted or by Thursday, May 5, at 4 p.m. ET.


For any additional help or information, please contact the Wheelwright Box Office at 843-349-2787.


Please be advised: Electronic tickets are generated with a unique identifier that is traceable back to the student who requested them. Because of this feature, they can be printed multiple times. Only the first set of allocated tickets scanned by the ticketing staff will gain entrance. Duplicate tickets with the same barcode will be denied entrance after the first set of tickets have been scanned. Any attempt to sell or make mass copies of electronic tickets will be considered a misuse of Coastal Carolina University property.