Regalia and Commencement Fee

re·ga·li·a (rəˈɡālyə/) noun; plural noun: regalia

  • the emblems or insignia of royalty, especially the crown, scepter, and other ornaments used at a coronation.
  • the distinctive clothing worn and ornaments carried at formal occasions as an indication of status.

    “the Bishop of Florence in full regalia”

Order and Pay here  

$90 Commencement Fee includes:

  • Cost of your regalia (cap and gown)
  • Two tickets
  • Diploma cover
  • Transportation to and from the County Center
  • Parking at the venue
  • Senior week events
  • May be paid online when ordering your cap and gown through March 18 for Master candidates and April 1 for Bachelor candidates.

Note: If you choose not to attend the Commencement Ceremony you do not have to pay this fee.