These frequently asked questions (FAQ) apply to any Worldwide or Prescott Campus graduate. For more specific information relating to Worldwide questions, please read the Worldwide Graduation FAQ pages.
Graduate Students: 3.0
Undergraduate Students: 2.0
Engineering Core: 2.0
Caps and Gowns: Prescott Campus graduates order and pay for their caps and gowns directly through Herff-Jones Prescott website. You will pick up your order at the Grad Fair. Worldwide graduates order their caps and gowns directly through the Herff-Jones Worldwide website. You can pick up your order at the Prescott Bookstore or at the location of graduation lineup the morning of the ceremony. The cost of your cap and gown is covered under your graduation fee paid through the Worldwide office.
Class Rings: Prescott - Representatives will be available on campus and at the Grad Fair. Check with the Prescott Campus Bookstore for schedule.
Worldwide — Order through Herff-Jones (respective website) or contact the Prescott Bookstore.
Rings take about 5-6 weeks to be produced after an order is placed.
Announcements: Prescott Campus and Worldwide graduates can both order announcements through Herff-Jones (respective websites). Other announcement ordering sites include Balfour and Jostens. Local print shops or office supplies stores (Office Max, Staples, etc.) occasionally offer announcements as well.
Contact Prescott Campus Bookstore with questions on any of these items.
It is suggested that men and women wear business casual at minimum, although you’ll see dresses and suits as well. Cap/gowns are not needed for this ceremony. Think about photo opportunities and consider what is appropriate dress for you in that scenario.
You’ll wear your cap/gown to this ceremony. ROTC/military will wear their uniforms under their cap/gown and remove them for the commissioning portion of the event.
The following is the suggested dress code for under the cap/gown:
Overall suggestion: Think about photo opportunities and consider what is appropriate dress for you in that scenario.
Yes, there will be some designated handicapped parking at events on Campus as well as at the Findlay Toyota Center. Look for traditionally marked spaces at both locations as well as signage and/or traffic directors. All vehicles using these spaces must have a temporary ERAU handicapped pass (obtained from the Dean of Students Office) or an official placard and/or handicapped plate.