DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Campus and Community > Class of 2023: Five things to remember for this weekend’s commencement ceremonies
By Office of Academic Events /
June 6, 2023 /
Posted in: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY /
This weekend is what the Class of 2023 has worked so hard for - commencement!
To get the most out of your well-deserved commencement ceremony and have a seamless, day-of experience, here are the top five things you should remember going into this weekend:
Paid parking is
available but limited near Wintrust Arena. Consider using
public transportation or a taxi or rideshare service.
If you did not pick up your tickets at Commencement Kickoff, they will be under your name at the Wintrust Box Office beginning one hour before your ceremony.
The ceremony will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person.
You will not receive your diploma at the ceremony but rather a diploma cover. For students who have conferred, your diploma should have arrived at your diploma address provided in Campus Connect. If you have yet to officially graduate, your
diploma will be mailed following the conferral of your degree.
Diplomas are typically mailed eight to ten weeks after conferral.
Above all else - have fun and enjoy this special day! You have worked so hard to get to your graduation ceremony, so cherish the moment with the Blue Demon community, your family and friends.