The 2020 ATSU-ASDOH commencement ceremony was held virtually on Friday, May 8, 2020.
Due to the concerns regarding COVID-19, and to ensure the health and safety of our students and the community, the in-person ceremony was celebrated virtually. This allowed everyone to safely enjoy and share the wonderful accomplishments of ATSU graduates.
To view more ATSU virtual commencement ceremonies, click here.
To order regalia, visit the Jostens website, click “Graduation Caps & Gowns”, and select your program. If you are earning a master’s degree, select “Master’s-Level Programs”.
Please note, you must order your regalia at least 6 weeks in advance. Jostens typically ships within 5 weeks.
The issuing of your diploma is a service of the Department of Student Affairs Enrollment Services team. They have a comprehensive website that details how your name will appear, where it will be shipped, and when you can expect it to arrive. Questions should be sent to email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Mesa Arts Center ADA accessible?
Yes, the Mesa Arts Center is comitted to being accessible to all guests. You can learn more about their accommodations here. Additionally, ATSU will provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpreting services at your ceremony.
Are seats reserved in the venue?
Seating is first-come, first-serve at the venue. There will be sections of seating unavailable to guests as they will be used in the production of the event.