RSVP and Guest Ticket Pick-up
Graduating students do not require a ticket to attend their convocation ceremony. Tickets are issued for guests only. There is no charge for convocation tickets. Please note that lost tickets cannot be replaced.
Please note that the following divisions only will issue and distribute their own tickets for the June 2015 ceremonies: (to be announced shortly). A link to the divisional ticketing website will be available through the Student Web Service (ROSI) as of (date to be announced shortly).
Please note that you will need a Gown Rental ID number before you RSVP and order guest tickets. If you own U of T regalia, you will need to speak to a staff member at the Office of Convocation (416) 978-5940 before you RSVP online.
Please note that an RSVP is mandatory if you are attending. An online RSVP and Guest Ticket Request form will be available through the Student Web Service (ROSI) as of (date to be announced shortly). The RSVP and Guest Ticket Request form will close on (date and time to be announced shortly).
Each graduating student is eligible to receive a maximum of two guaranteed guest tickets if ordered during the RSVP period. Confirmation of your allotment of non guaranteed extra tickets (if requested and granted) will be available on (date and time to be announced shortly) through the Student Web Service (ROSI).
Guest tickets will be available for pick-up as of (date and time to be announced shortly) in the Office of Convocation in Simcoe Hall, Room 102. Please be sure to bring your University of Toronto TCard or valid government-issued photo identification (please note that we cannot accept an Ontario Health Card as photo identification) with you.Ticket pick-up hours will be:
Please be advised that only the graduate can pick up his/her guest tickets. Please do not send an alternate. Please also note that, while we strongly recommend that you pick up your guest tickets prior to your convocation date to avoid unnecessary delays, guest tickets may be picked up on the day of your convocation.