Graduating seniors will be able to walk onto the field during next month’s commencement ceremony, campus officials announced in an email Thursday.
Next month’s ceremony will allow graduates to have two guests and will feature recognition stages.
CSULB Commencement Office confirms two guest tickets, graduates to walk across ‘microstages’ at Angel Stadium
Long Beach State confirmed Thursday that graduates will receive two tickets for guests and will be able to walk across one of six stages set up in the venue’s parking lot.
After graduating students have expressed their disapproval of only getting one guest ticket for the ceremony, Long Beach State administration confirmed that students will be now allowed to have two guest tickets.
Long Beach State has announced that graduating seniors will only receive one extra ticket for a family member or friend to attend the commencement ceremony this May.
After months of debate, Long Beach State has decided to allow an in-person commencement for the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Division of Student Affairs has decided not to have in-person cultural graduation celebrations.
Long Beach State administration has decided to postpone commencement registration until a ceremony model is decided on.
Just days after initial announcements of plans to pursue an in-person graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020-21, administrators announce they are looking to move forward with confirming the plans.
The classes of 2020 and 2021 may see an in-person ceremony this spring as the state is looking to allow limited capacity gatherings starting April 1.