Commencement Rain Plan

Commencement Rain Plan

Baccalaureate Mass; Saturday, May 18

In the event of inclement weather, the Baccalaureate Mass will be held at a location to be determined.

Commencement Ceremony; Sunday, May 19
Undergraduate students - 10:00 a.m. in the Maher Athletic Center (Tickets required)
Graduate students - 2:00 p.m. in the Maher Athletic Center (Tickets NOT required)

In the event of inclement weather, the commencement ceremony will be held in the Maher Athletic Center, which is located on the west side of campus between Clark Hall and the Church of the Incarnation.

Seating for guests of undergraduate students will be granted on a first come, first seated basis in the Maher Athletic Center and will require a ticket. Tickets have been issued to seniors in advance and they will be responsible for distributing them.

Seating for guests of graduate students will be granted on a first come, first seated basis in the Maher Athletic Center, and will NOT require a ticket.

All guests, including those who have requested ADA accommodations, will need a ticket for entry into Maher Athletic Center. Guests without tickets must go to the Church of the Incarnation, Gorman A, B or C.

The University of Dallas Police Department will notify students, faculty and staff of rain plans using the university's campus alert system.

Ceremony Simulcast; Church of the Incarnation

If all seating in the Maher Athletic Center is occupied, guests will be able to watch the commencement ceremony via simulcast in the Church of the Incarnation. Tickets will not be required to view the simulcast.

Accessible Seating Contact

Joshua Skinner
Office of Academic Success


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