How do I obtain tickets for Commencement?
The Commencement ceremony is limited to three guests per graduate provided Pennsylvania guidelines continue to support such capacity for outdoor events. Members of the Class of 2021 do not require a ticket. There will be no additional tickets offered beyond the allotted three guest tickets per graduate. The decision of our guest capacity is driven by our commitment to provide appropriate physical space distancing and site lines for guests throughout the Stadium. Tickets are required for the entry of each guest into the Stadium.

Details for requesting tickets can be found here.

How do I obtain cords earned through academic, co and/or extra curricular programs?
Cords are individually coordinated and distributed by each organization or department. If you have any questions about cords you expect to receive, please reach out to the department or organization.

How do I order a yearbook, schedule or submit a senior class photo?
All students on campus should have received a personal email from Lors Photography to have a personal photo session with the photographers. Students who are not on campus will have the opportunity to submit photos to the yearbook as well. There will be an online submission process starting in May. Students who have not taken a senior portrait on campus will receive an email from the company called Balfour. The email will contain a person-specific link with instructions on how to submit a portrait to the yearbook. Submissions will be due by mid-June so if students want to wait to take a photo with their regalia, it is okay to wait until you have these items in hand.

How do I order graduation announcements? 
Four complimentary graduation announcements will be available to graduates at Grad Finale which will be held Wednesday, April 28-Friday, April 30.

How do I order a diploma frame?
Diploma frames are available for purchase in the Bookstore or the new College Store (after April 2).

When and where do I order regalia? 
Graduation Regalia will be available for purchase at The College Store during Grad Finale Wednesday, April 28 – Friday, April 30.  While you may be currently away from campus, you may order your graduation regalia through the bookstore.

How do I order roses for my graduate? 
Roses are available for ordering in dozens, arranged in a bouquet along with a gift card with your personal message.  All proceeds benefit Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley, a nonprofit victim-assistance agency.  Call 610-437-6610 or order online at  Pre-orders will be available for pick-at the information booth inside Fisher Stadium, accessible through Gate 2, on May 30th.

How do I complete the Federal Student Loan Exit Counseling?
Per federal regulations, graduates who receive federal loans through the Direct Student Loan Program at any time as a Lafayette student must complete Exit Loan Counseling. As the reminders to you stated, you should complete this requirement prior to graduation in preparation for repaying any federal student loans. You may access your Exit Loan Counseling at If you have questions regarding repayment or the exit counseling, do not hesitate to contact the Office of Financial Aid at (610) 330-5055, 107 Markle Hall, or by email at

How do I review my student account balance?
Please review your student account balance on It is important that you pay all financial obligations including College Store balances, Deans’ Loans, Health Center fees, and fines from Public Safety, Facility Operations and Skillman Library. Payments can be made at the Cashier’s window, basement of Marquis Hall, open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. These financial obligations need to be cleared prior to May 1, 2021. There will be no release of records certifying graduation until all debts have been paid. Questions regarding student accounts should be directed to (610) 330-5145 or

Guests should consider making refundable travel arrangements whenever possible and purchasing travel insurance. The College is not responsible for any costs incurred by guests traveling to campus for Commencement due to the delay or cancellation of the ceremony.