Saturday, May 20, 2017
9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Dear Degree Candidate:
Congratulations on reaching this momentous occasion in your college education! We know that you have worked hard to earn your degree and we are proud to be a part of that experience.
In order to accommodate all of our graduating students and their family, friends and guests, CI's 2017 Commencement will include two ceremonies on Saturday, May 20 in the South Quad.
Please note: Tickets are not required for guests; however, parking is limited to those holding a university-issued parking pass especially for Commencement. Limit 2 per graduate. We ask that you make carpool arrangements and/or utilize the complimentary shuttle service from the Camarillo Metrolink station. For more information, visit our Transportation page.
The morning ceremony will begin at 9 a.m. and will only include the following academic programs for bachelor's or master's degrees:
- Chicana/o Studies
- Early Childhood Studies
- Liberal Studies
- Performing Arts
- Political Science
The afternoon ceremony will begin at 3 p.m. and will only include the following academic programs for bachelor's, master's or teaching credentials:
- Applied Physics
- Biotechnology & Bioinformatics
- Biotechnology/MBA (dual degree)
- Computer Science
- Environmental Science & Resource Management
- Health Science
- Information Technology
Commencement ceremonies will be streamed live. Tune in on your desktop or mobile device. Both ceremonies will also be archived. Subscribe to the official CI YouTube channel to be notified when they're ready for viewing.
Tag, you're in!
Visit our CI Grad social stream to view the experience as it unfolds on all the top social channels. All commencement participants are encouraged to use #cigrad in their posts to share their moment!
The Commencement ceremony at CSU Channel Islands is a candidate's ceremony and not a degree conferral ceremony. Participation in the ceremony does not guarantee degree certification. Candidates who are denied will receive notification by mail from the Records & Registration office. Denied candidates are required to reapply for graduation once all degree requirements are met.