Due to the continued spread of the COVID-19 virus and the public health recommendations that come with it, Arizona State University will be celebrating with its graduates in the 2020 Fall University Commencement and convocation events in virtual, online ceremonies. The format may be different, but our enthusiasm for celebration has never been more inspired and we encourage you to join us in honoring ASU graduate and undergraduate students on Monday, December 14. Planning is underway. For more details, please check back here for updates and additional information about online activities. Commencement FAQ page
Be certain to review information and parking details before coming to campus for Univeristy Commencement or before attending any of the convocation events. Click here for commencement and convocation parking information.
Free parking is available in lots around the campus venues and in most parking areas on campuses the day of convocations. Parking will be restricted in residence halls and locations where special permits are required. Regular fees will be collected at meters and visitor lots. Disabled parking and a drop-off site for elderly guests will be available. You can view all ASU parking maps here.
Please note: Be sure to review this important information regarding traffic delays and road closures in Tempe.
Disabled parking is available at convocation venues. A disabled placard or license plate is required to park in these areas. For more information about disabled parking, please contact ASU Parking and Transportation Services online or at 480-965-6407.
After the Ceremony
Be advised: Multiple convocation ceremonies will take place December 10 - 12 on all campuses. If you attend a convocation ceremony on the Tempe campus and plan to enjoy campus or to visit the surrounding area afterward, please move your car to a location outside of Lot 59 (Wells Fargo Arena) or Lot 3 (ASU Gammage Auditorium). This will allow other families and friends attending other events at these locations to find convenient parking.