Guests are welcome to attend the ceremony. Seattle Colleges does not use a ticketing system for guests. There is no limit on the number of guests a graduate may invite.

Guests may enter at the Home Plate Gate entrance at the intersection of 1st Avenue S. and Edgar Martinez Drive S.

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  • Seating for guests is available on the top row of the concourse.
  • A designated reduced distraction/quiet zone for guests is located on the press level.


  • Captions will be displayed on the right-field and third-base scoreboards.
  • ASL interpreters will be displayed on the MarinersVision Screen.


  • Accessible parking in T-Mobile Park parking garage is available with a state-issued disability permit.
  • The sky bridge on the fifth floor connects the garage to T-Mobile Park.


  • All restrooms are ADA accessible.
  • Service animals are welcome at T-Mobile Park.


The Seattle Mariners transportation page shows the various ways to get to and places to park at or near T-Mobile Park. The fee to park at T-Mobile Park Garage is $15 on Commencement Day.


  • T-Mobile Park requires everyone to go through security and metal detectors before entering the stadium.
  • Please read the Mariner's Gate & Bag Policy FAQ for a full list of prohibited items.
  • Refreshments will be available for purchase at park concession stands. Note, vendors will only accept credit, no cash transactions.
  • Gender-neutral restrooms are available.
  • The nursing lounge is located at Section 128 near guest services.

The commencement ceremony is a dignified academic event that recognizes the achievements of graduates and honorees. By participating, you agree to observe the following guidelines:

  • Silence all cell phones and devices.
  • Keep aisles clear.
  • Refrain from blocking anyone’s view of the stage.
  • Graduates are required to return to their seats after they receive their degrees and remain until the recessional. Please plan accordingly.

For those unable to attend commencement in person, SCCTV will livestream the ceremony on Friday, June 21, starting at 5 p.m. PDT at Following the ceremony, SCCTV will post the video for on-demand viewing.