The 100th commencement ceremony will be held in Albertsons Stadium on the iconic blue turf. The entrances available are N and P on the east side and A and D on the west side.
Protect the Blue—No Stilettos or Spiked Heels
Getting to walk on the blue at commencement is going to be awesome! With this privilege comes the responsibility to protect our beloved blue turf. Spiked heels and stilettos will not be allowed. There is a lot of walking and standing on commencement day. We suggest wearing comfortable shoes so you can fully enjoy your commencement experience.
Please use this map to view guest seating locations as well as approximate seating of graduates. Guests are encouraged to bring stadium seats for their comfort during the ceremony.
The following items are prohibited from Albertsons Stadium:
- Weapons (firearms, knives, etc.)
- Outside food or drink
- Artificial noisemakers (horns, bells, etc.)
- Glass bottles or plastic containers
- Large bags, backpacks, or wheeled/hard sided bags
- Umbrellas, coolers, baskets
- Selfie sticks
- Seat cushions with arms
Walk-Through Metal Detectors
To keep pace with evolving security best practices at stadiums around the country, and comply with Idaho law, which prohibits anyone from carrying firearms into campus stadiums, Albertsons Stadium utilizes metal detectors to increase security screening at all entries. Allowable bags will be searched and students and guests will be asked to place metal items into divesting bowls prior to passing through the detectors. In most cases, students and guests will be moved through the screen checkpoints without delay, however, bringing in a prohibited item (list above) will cause unnecessary delay.
For graduates, please notify the Registrar’s Office at 426-4249 or email Mandy Nelson at email@example.com, two (2) weeks prior to commencement. Special arrangements will be made for all activities associated with commencement.
For guests, please enter Albertsons Stadium using Entrance A or N. Accessibility seating is available in marked sections on the map above.