This information is updated as of May 20, 2019. Please check back regularly for new information.
Graduates who submitted their RSVP and ordered their cap and gown by the March 31 deadline will be given four (4) guest tickets.
Responses received after the deadline are not guaranteed guest tickets.
Graduates do not need tickets for themselves, but must arrive at Radio City Music Hall wearing cap and gown to enter the venue.
All guests age 2 and up require a ticket for admission.
Due to the number of students expected to attend the commencement ceremonies, we do not anticipate extra guest tickets to be available.
Tickets must be picked up by the distribution dates below, otherwise they may be forfeited. Please note: We cannot mail guest admission tickets. If you cannot make it to pick up your attire, instructions, and tickets on any of the available dates you may send someone (a proxy) in your place.
Regalia and Ticket Distribution
Caps, gowns, and tickets will be distributed on campus in the Auxiliary Gym on the following dates.
- School of Art and Design: Tuesday, May 14, Noon–6 pm
- School of Liberal Arts: Tuesday, May 14, Noon–6 pm
- Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology: Wednesday, May 15, Noon–6 pm (SEE NOTE ABOVE)
- All Schools: Thursday, May 16, 10 am–6 pm (NEW TIME; this is the last day for pick up)
Proxy Pick Up
If you cannot pick up your regalia and tickets on the distribution days, you may send a proxy individual during those times. Your proxy must arrive with:
- A signed copy of the proxy pick up form. Click here to download the proxy pick up form (.pdf).
- A copy of the front and back of your (the graduating student) FIT ID Card.
- A valid photo ID for the proxy.
Statement on Sale and Misuse of Commencement Tickets
FIT prohibits the sale or purchase of commencement tickets and the posting of advertisements offering tickets for sale or requesting tickets for purchase. FIT also prohibits the duplication of tickets as well as the production and use of counterfeit tickets.
Any student who the college has reason to believe is selling tickets, has purchased tickets, has posted an advertisement offering to buy or sell tickets, or who is found to have produced or attempted to use a duplicated or counterfeit ticket will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the Code of Student Conduct. Penalties may include denial of permission to participate in commencement. Any guest found to be using such tickets will be refused admission to the ceremony.
Please contact [email protected] with any questions or concerns.