Clinicians Ceremony Ticketing
All students must complete the RSVP form regardless of whether you are attending the ceremony or not. This form is due by February 24, 2023. Please note: You will not be able to go back into this form to change the number of tickets, request extra tickets, or change coater information after February 24th.
All students participating in the Clinicians Ceremony are required to have a ticket, which allows them admission to the theatre. Student/Coaters will be seated in alphabetical order on the main floor center section.
Tickets are required for all guests attending the Clinicians Ceremony.
Students will have the INITIAL option to bring up to three (3) guests. Students can then request one to three (1-3) additional guest tickets. As such, each eligible student may receive a maximum of six (6) guest tickets.
If you have a Coater, please include this person in your ticket count.
Because of strict occupancy regulations, tickets must be presented for each guest, no matter the age, upon entry to the Sound Board Theater. Please be sure guests have their tickets on the day of the ceremony. Guests will not be admitted without a ticket. Guest seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note: Strollers, car seats and infant carriers are not allowed in the theatre.
Extra guest tickets
As noted above, you can request one or two extra guest tickets. Each RSVP form is time stamped so tickets will be given on a first come first serve basis. We will not know how many extra tickets we have until every student RSVPs, so please make sure to submit this form by February 24th. You will receive an email by March 1st letting you know if your extra ticket request has been granted.
Tickets will not be distributed in advance. They will be available upon check-in at the Sound Board Theater in the MotorCity Casino Hotel. Students and guests attend free of charge.
To join in the celebration online, we encourage WSU students, staff, and faculty to take photos of themselves, friends, family, and colleagues with signs of congratulations and support and share them on social media – Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram – along with the #WarriorClinicians hashtag.