You should arrive approximately one and a half hours prior to the ceremony in order to be gowned and briefed on the format of the ceremony. We will email you more details about two weeks prior to the ceremony.
You are required to indicate the number of guests you would like to attend the ceremony when you register for this ceremony in your Student Centre prior to Thursday 28 April 2016. You may bring a maximum of two free guests (not including yourself) to the ceremony. Children are welcome however each child who occupies a seat will be counted as one guest.
If you would like to bring more (paid) guests please contact firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday 28 April 2016 to arrange to add your guests and make payment. Please remember that tickets are issued for all ceremony guests, and must be collected on the day from registration by the graduate. No reserved seating is allocated for guests. Guests may select from the seats available on the day.
USQ provides professional photographers for the graduation ceremonies. If you have any queries please contact Silver Rose Photography using their online query form via their website or phone +61 7 3262 5788. Students can view their graduation photos after the ceremony at http://www.silverrose.com.au.
The duration of the graduation ceremony is usually one and half to two hours. On conclusion of the ceremony you and your guests will be invited to join USQ representatives for light refreshments.
Don't forget to return your academic dress within one hour after your graduation ceremony.
Daltone House has disabled access however if you have any concerns regarding access please contact us in advance via email or phone +61 7 4631 1647, so that we can accommodate you and your guests on your graduation day. Our graduates are seated in order of being called on stage, so if you have any special requirements, please let us know.
2016 Sydney Graduation:
The Sydney Graduation Ceremony follows this order of proceedings:
- Academic Procession
- National Anthem
- Official Welcome and Address
- Conferring of Honorary Degrees (if any)
- Graduation Address by Guest Speaker
- Presentation of Graduates and Doctoral Candidates
- Presentation of University Medals
- Valedictory Address
- Closing Address
- Departure of Academic Procession
- Departure of Graduate Procession