Summer Commencement – August 19, 2023

Please save the date for our Summer Commencement ceremony on Saturday, August 19, 2023, at 10 a.m.

Although smaller than our annual Spring Commencement, our summer ceremony celebrates Monarchs who have finished their bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. The event is held on campus at the William S. Scandlon Physical Education Center and is live streamed for those who cannot attend in person. Parking is available in all King’s College parking lots and on street.

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Spring Commencement – Friday, May 19, 2023

King’s College holds an annual commencement ceremony each May to celebrate those Monarchs who have or will soon graduate! Spring Commencement is held at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. and is live streamed for those who cannot attend in person!

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Spring Commencement Speaker

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Tracey Selingo worked at advertising agencies in New York and Philadelphia before returning home to Northeastern Pennsylvania to start her own business, serving clients in higher education, digital technology, aviation, health, beauty, biopharma, finance, and law. In January 2021, she founded Fork Over Love, where she now serves as volunteer CEO. Read more about Tracy Selingo in our official news release here.

Celebrate on Social Media

King’s College graduates can download our social media templates to post during Commencement Weekend!

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Commencement Information


Tickets are not required for Commencement. Graduates will have reserved seating on the floor and will process into the arena/gymnasium in order of degrees awarded. Graduates must be on time, in line, and dressed in their academic regalia; otherwise, they will not be able to participate in the graduates’ parade. For questions, please contact the Registrar’s Office at


King’s College hires Island Photography to take professional portraits of graduates as they receive their degree on stage from the president and as soon as they come off stage. Students will be provided with information about how to review proofs and purchase photos following the ceremony. Please note only professional photographers and media with appropriate credentials are allowed near the stage to take photographs or video. King’s College will record the live stream for archival purposes.


Participating in commencement activities does not automatically mean a student has graduated, as they must officially complete their degree requirements first. For some, this happens at the end of the fall semester but choose to walk in the spring ceremony or in the spring or summer and choose to walk in the summer ceremony. All other students must have successfully completed their degree requirements and coursework by the end of the spring semester in May in order to participate in the spring ceremony.