Congrats Spring 2024 Graduates
Are you ready to celebrate all of your achievements? TCC is excited to see you through this final step, congratulate all your hard work, and help you walk across the stage for your diploma.
The Tallahassee Community College Spring 2024 Commencement ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 2, 2024, at 6 p.m. at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center.
You may invite as many family and friends as you would like. Tickets are not required. The Civic Center charges $10 per vehicle to park. The Civic Center has a clear bag policy, meaning no purses or tote bags unless they are clear. Airhorns or cowbells are not allowed.
WHAT TO WEAR
Graduates must purchase a cap and gown at the TCC Bookstore and wear it to the commencement ceremony. Graduates should dress in light clothes that will be comfortable under their gowns. This is a formal ceremony, so no tennis shoes or flip-flops. A tie is optional. If you decorate your mortarboard, please use good taste and discretion.
Honor Graduates may purchase an honor cord from the Bookstore to recognize their academic achievements at graduation. You must have a 3.00 or higher overall GPA as of the previous semester. If you have trouble ordering your cord, please contact:
Veterans receive special regalia to honor their service at graduation. To reserve yours, please contact:
Students who have been active members of the following groups may be eligible to wear a cord, stole, or medallion with their gown. Contact the associated staff member to reserve yours or for more information.
- Academic Support Honorees
- Black Male Achievers
- Eagles RISE Summer Academy
- Global Gateway
- Hispanic Alliance for Talented Students
- Honors Program
- Math Champions
- Model United Nations
- National Society of Leadership and Success
- Phi Theta Kappa
- STEM Program
- Student Athlete
- Student Government Association
- Sister to Sister
- Writing Champions
WHAT TO EXPECT
Graduates must arrive at the Civic Center at 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, 2024.
- Go down the escalators to the bottom floor, where you will print your name card and line up alphabetically. Volunteers will be there to help.
- Leave your personal items with your family.
- You may bring your phone with you, but it must be on silent, and no earbuds or headphones of any kind are allowed.
The processional will be as follows: graduates with disabilities followed by BSN graduates, then Associates Degrees. Follow the leadership of the marshals.
You are expected to stay until the end of the ceremony through the recessional.