At this time, we have made no decision to cancel graduation ceremonies. Please know that we will be continuously assessing the circumstances arising from the presence of the COVID-19 virus in the United States and will make a determination later based upon those circumstances. We will keep everyone informed as decisions are made.

Keep checking the ASU COVID-19 webpage for the most up-to-date information.

Clear Bag Policy
Ceremonies held in Desert Financial Arena (formerly Wells Fargo Arena) have adopted the Clear Bag Policy
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Deadlines & Fees

Deadlines

Registration Deadline: April 13, 2020
Fee $20

Late Registration Deadline: April 20, 2020 
Fee $35

Fees

Ceremony Registration fee: $20 

Late Fee: $35

Note: All fees are non-refundable. Students must pay fees in full in order for their registration to be COMPLETE. Registration is NOT complete until all fees are paid.

 

What do students receive at the convocation?

All students who participate will receive:

  • Traditional Sash
  • Name announced while crossing the stage
  • Hispanic Convocation certificate

For students who register by the April 13 deadline:

  • Graduate's name, degree(s), major(s) and Personal Statement will be printed in the Commemorative Program
  • Graduate's name and degree will be displayed on the arena screens as they cross the stage

For students who register late (after the April 13 deadline):

  • Graduate's name and info will NOT be printed in the Commemorative Program

For students who fail to register before the last day of classes:

  • Graduate's name and info will NOT be printed in the Commemorative Program
  • Graduate's name and degree will NOT be displayed on the arena screens as they cross the stage

 

No registrations will be accepted after the last day of classes.

No registrations will be accepted on the day of the ceremony.

Change of Circumstances

Delay of Graduation

If a student registers for a Hispanic Convocation ceremony and afterward has to delay your graduation, the student may apply their registration fee to a later Hispanic Convocation ceremony. The student should contact the Hispanic Convocation office as soon as they know their graduation will be delayed.

Failure to attend

If a student registers for the Hispanic Convocation but fails to attend,  all fees are non-refundable.