Missoula College Graduation 2018
Congratulations graduates! If you are planning to walk for graduation, be sure you have all of the logistics taken care of ahead of time. Use this checklist to help you plan for the exciting day.
The 2018 Missoula College Graduation Ceremony begins at 2:30pm in the Adams Center on Mountain Campus.
Apply for graduation
First thing is first: get your graduation application in! The University of Montana's website has information on deadlines and forms.
Make sure your diploma mailing address is correct
If you need to update your diploma mailing address (from the address indicated on your original graduation application) please call (406) 243-2421 or (406) 243-2422. Updating your address on CyberBear does not affect your diploma mailing address.
Order and pick-up your regalia
Order graduation regalia and other items through the Oak Hall Cap & Gown web page. Note: for orders placed after April 14, a $10 late fee will be charged.
Students can pick up their regalia orders May 9-12, Wednesday-Saturday, from 8 am to 6 pm at the Adams Center - East Auxiliary Gym.
RSVP for the main ceremony
RSVPing saves your spot and also gives the name readers your information on your pronunciation. If you're planning to walk in the main ceremony, RSVP online.
The 2018 Missoula College Graduation Ceremony begins at 2:30pm in the Adams Center.
No tickets are required for family, friends, and guests (seating is first come, first seated). The ceremony will be approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Parking is available on campus and in the adjacent neighborhoods. There will also be buses running from the Park N' Ride lots per this bus schedule. Please refer to the Commencement Day Parking and Traffic Flow Information Map.
There also will be a shuttle from Missoula College every 8-10 minutes, and south campus services will run every 5-7 minutes. For more information about shuttles or bus schedules for graduation, refer to the commencement bus schedule.
Line up on the oval at 1:30pm
Missoula College will have a sign indicating where graduates should line-up. Check-out the graduation line-up map to see where to go!
Other graduation questions?
For any other graduation questions, visit the University of Montana's graduation webpage.