Commencement Ticket Process Frequently Asked Questions

Specific ticketing details are announced each term and subject to change. For questions, email graduation@easternflorida.edu

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Question 1:  Will I need a ticket to attend my graduation ceremony?

No. Candidates do not need tickets to participate in the commencement ceremony, but when notified via email, they must reserve a ceremony time using the King Center online ticketing system. Candidates must apply to graduate. Emails related to commencement are only sent to students' Titan email account if they officially applied to graduate that term.

Question 2:  Will my guests need tickets to the graduation ceremony? 

Yes. Every guest, including infants and small children, requires a ticket to ensure compliance with safety protocols. Students who submitted a graduation application by November 8th are eligible to select a ceremony time and claim four (4) guest tickets. Tickets will be delivered electronically and will not be replaced if lost.

Question 3:  How can I select my ceremony time and claim my guest tickets?

For Fall 2022, all students who submitted a graduation application by November 8th will receive an email sent to their Titan student account from the Office of the Registrar with information on selecting a ceremony time and claiming guest tickets by the date indicated in the email on a first-come, space-available basis.

To avoid delays in the delivery of guest tickets, students are asked to use their Titan student email account when creating an account to select their ceremony time and guest tickets through the King Center ticketing system.

An email will be sent that includes a link to reserve a ceremony time and claim guest tickets on a space available basis. Please continue to check your student email account for more information.

Question 4:  How many tickets will I get?

To safely accommodate you and your guests, the number of guest tickets is determined based on the number of students who submitted a graduation application. For the Fall 2022 commencement ceremonies, candidates will receive four (4) guest tickets when they choose their ceremony times via the King Center Ticketing system.

Students who applied to graduate and reserved a ceremony time through the King Center online system received an email sent to their Titan student email from the Registrar's Office on Monday, Dec. 12th with details on how to reserve four additional guest tickets on a first-come, first-served basis, while supplies last.

Guests are assigned a reserved seat at the time of the online ticket order. The assigned ceremony time and assigned seat location will be included on the electronic tickets. Tickets are non-replaceable and do not have monetary value. The college does not support or condone the selling of guest tickets. EFSC is not responsible for lost, stolen, destroyed or deleted guest tickets.

Guests are not allowed in the King Center without a ticket. Both commencement ceremonies will also be televised live on WEFS-TV and streamed live on the college's YouTube channel.

**Eastern Florida State College reserves the right to cancel tickets for any reason.

Question 5:  Are my tickets for reserved seats or general admission? 

Guest tickets are assigned a seat location when the student reserves their ceremony time through the King Center's website using the access code in the email the student received. Seating is automatically assigned on a best-available location basis at the time the reservation is made in the online system.

Guests with tickets will be seated beginning one hour before the ceremony. Commencement day includes two ceremonies. Ceremonies begin promptly at 11 AM and 2 PM.

Tickets are non-replaceable and do not have monetary value. The college does not support or condone the selling of guest tickets. EFSC is not responsible for lost, stolen, destroyed or deleted guest tickets.

Question 6:  Where do I get my tickets for guests?

Virtual tickets will be distributed electronically through the King Center ticketing system prior to the commencement ceremony. Please continue to check your student email account for more information.

Reminder:  All seats and tickets are first-come, first served, until all seats have been reserved.

Question 7:  Where do I get tickets for guests who need accessible seating? 

Guests who require accessible seating should make their request to the King Center ticket office when they arrive for the event. For more information on accessibility accommodations, contact the King Center Ticket Office at 321-242-2219.

Question 8:  What happens if I lose my electronic guest tickets or guests forget them?

Please note that replacement tickets will not be issued if your allotment is lost, destroyed or deleted. EFSC is not responsible for lost, stolen, destroyed or deleted guest tickets.

Question 9:  What happens if I don’t log in and reserve my ceremony time and claim my alloted guest tickets by the established deadline? 

Late requests for commencement times and tickets cannot be made after the deadline.

During the established timeframe, and while seats remain available, candidates who submitted a graduation application may log into the King Center ticketing system through the custom link in the email they would have received. The link allows the candidate to select an available ceremony time and claim four (4) guest tickets, on a space-available basis.

Question 10:  If I did not submit an Intent to Graduate application or indicate “yes” to attending the commencement ceremony by the published deadline date, can I still participate in the commencement ceremony? 

On a space available basis, you may be able to participate in the commencement ceremony if you applied for graduation.

Each graduate must  select a ceremony time through the King Center ticketing system to attend Commencement. If space is available, all students who applied to graduate will receive an email with information on how to choose a ceremony time on a first-come, space-available basis.

Specific ticketing details are announced each term and subject to change.