For those with disabilities or requiring other accommodations for Rutgers–Camden Commencement Ceremonies, below is information on reserved parking, seating, alternate viewing options, and traveling on campus.
Remember to wear a face covering indoors in university buildings, follow health and safety guidelines, and check the COVID-19 website for up-to-date information.
Accessibility Information for Guests who Need Accommodations
- Bring Your Own Assistive Device: Please be aware that there will be a considerable amount of on-site travel required to move from the parking lot to your seat. From the main entrance of the BB&T to the accommodation seating areas walking distances for 140 to 250 feet maybe required. If you or your guest(s) requires a wheelchair or other device to travel any distance, you must bring it with you.
- Closed-captioning and an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter will be provided. If you need these services, check in with Guest Services. Event staff will provide individuals and one companion with tickets to sit in the special-needs seating section on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Only one companion may join the guest needing accommodations in this designated seating area. Other members of your party may sit in rows adjacent to, but not in, the reserved seating area.
Service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) are allowed at the ceremony. All other animals are prohibited from University Commencement. Visit the ADA website for details.