2024 College of Law Graduation

2024 James E. Rogers College of Law Convocation

SATURDAY, MAY 11, 2024
2 P.M.


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The 2024 College of Law Convocation Ceremony will be live-streamed from this page at 2pm (AZ Time), Saturday, May 11.

Ceremony Information

No tickets required for this event. Doors open at 1:00 PM. Please plan accordingly, there is no early entry to Centennial Hall. 

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Parking is free on graduation day and is available in nearby garages. See http://uarrive.arizona.edu for a map of parking and public transit information. The nearest Parking Garage to Centennial Hall is the Tyndall Avenue Garage, 880 E 4th St, Tucson, AZ 85719.

We recommend checking out Visit Tucson to help plan your stay. Once there, you can find recommendations for hotels and accommodations, restaurants and farmer's markets, events, and hiking and trail options. We do recommend booking early as accommodations fill up quickly around graduation.

Yes! Family and friends can still celebrate every minute of the ceremony through our livestream online option. You can access the stream on this website on Saturday, May 11, 2024. 

Each graduate can have a different celebration itinerary with their classmates and programs. Please coordinate with your graduating friend or family member on the activities they plan to attend. There are two official ceremonies: the University of Arizona Commencement on Friday, May 10 and the College of Law Convocation on Saturday, May 11.

There is no limit on number of guests you may bring.

No RSVP or tickets are needed to attend the ceremony.

The ceremony typically runs about 2 hours.

Yes. Anyone entering premises is subject to a search of personal belongings, including but not limited to inspection of bags, purses, strollers, coats, hats, and wheelchairs.

Bags larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are not permitted. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection, including but not limited to oxygen tanks, diabetes kits, allergy pens, etc. Centennial Hall will not safeguard any personal belongings or items of any type. All persons are subject to Arizona Board of Regents and University of Arizona rules and regulations, and the laws of the State of Arizona.  The University may revoke the ticket license and eject or refuse entry to persons for violation of these rules, regulations, and laws, disruptive behavior, illegal activity, or other misconduct. All patrons and their belongings are subject to search upon entering Centennial Hall. By entering the venue, you consent to such screenings which may include bag checks and the use of metal detectors. Learn more here: https://centhall.org/visit-us/security-policy/

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