Saturday, May 19
10:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
The College of Idaho campus, Morrison Quadrangle
Get directions to campus and the Quad on our campus map.
Regalia (Caps & Gowns)
Bachelor Regalia is in black and made from recycled materials. It belongs to the graduate after the event. Total cost is $47. Tassels are purple and gold. Click on the Regalia Form and Commencement Adornment Policy links at the bottom of this page for more info.
Announcements & Rings
General announcements will be available in The College Store beginning in early March. Personalized announcements as well as College Rings may be ordered through [email protected].
Pictures & Videos
As a public college event, The College of Idaho will be recording media in the form of photography, audio and video. This media may be reproduced and used for educational, illustration, promotion, advertising, and trade associated with the College.
Ceremony: The College takes official class and individual photos throughout the day. All of the photos are available free of charge on our Flickr page. You may use these photos as you'd like, including printing, but the College retains all copyrights.
Currently the College does not require tickets to attend Commencement exercises. Typically, the event is held outdoors and we recommend coming prepared for the weather. We recommend arriving prior to 9:30 am for optimal seating.
Commencement Weekend begins with a Baccalaureate Service on Friday, May 19 at 8 p.m. in the Jewett Auditorium. This is a contemporary chapel service for graduates, families and friends, and is coordinated by the Office of Campus Ministries.
Baccalaureate includes music, an inspirational message, a light dessert reception and a photo slideshow of the graduating seniors. Please send baby/child photos of your graduating student to Tim Streight at [email protected].
Please join the College immediately following Commencement for light refreshments on the lawn east of Sterry Hall from noon-2 p.m.
Visit the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce for more information regarding the area.