Class Of 2020 Senior Week & Senior Formal

Senior Week and Senior Formal are events offered to full-time* "social status seniors" who have applied to graduate to register for educational, service, and Senior Week events. All undergraduate students who have applied to graduate (as of March 1, 2020) in May 2020 have been granted access to the registration form. If you believe that you are a "social status senior," have applied to graduate, and are having difficulties registering, please email seniorprogramming@scranton.edu

Senior Week

  • Check-In - Sunday, May 19 from 12-3pm - Moskovitz Theater (TDC 401)
    • Must bring Royal ID and State ID to receive wristband
  • Graffiti Party - Tuesday, May 26 from 4:30-6:30pm - John Long Center
    • Includes full dinner, open beer & wine, karaoke, and entertainment, and complimentary t-shirt
  • Senior Quizzo/Game Show Night - Wednesday, May 27 from 5-7pm - McIlhenny Ballroom (TDC 407)
    • Includes pizza, wings, sides, soda/water, and entertainment/prizes

Senior Formal

  • Check in and Wristband Pickup: Thursday, May 28 from 1:00-5:00pm - First Floor DeNaples Center
  • Senior Formal: Thursday, May 28 from 7:30-10:30pm - Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel
    • Includes passed hors d'oeuvres, pasta & carving stations, dessert, three hours open bar, and DJ/Dance

Registration

Registration for Senior Week and Senior Formal will open on March 30, 2020 and will close on April 17, 2020 at 5:00pm. The Senior Programming committee will be present at Grad Finale on April 16 & 17 to answer any questions regarding Senior Week/Formal or registration. Please see below for a list of Frequently Asked Questions. 

Frequently Asked Questions

A: Wristband and graffiti party t-shirt distribution is on Tuesday, May 26 from 12-3pm in the Moskovitz Theater in the fourth floor of the DeNaples Center. This is the only time that you can pick up your bracelet and graffiti party t-shirt. There will be a separate check in time for Senior Formal on Thursday, May 28.

A: You must bring some form of government issued photo identification with you to all events where alcohol is served. Bars and bar staff are required to check each person’s ID with no exceptions. This is in accordance with Pennsylvania law.

A: Historically, we are usually able to accommodate all members of the class for the on-campus Senior Week events. Senior Formal tickets historically sell out every year. Once all senior and guest tickets are sold, waitlists will activate for seniors as well as for guests. If the event is sold out and you/your guest wish(es) to attend, please add your name to the waitlist. Spots on the waitlist will be offer in the order they were signed up for, with priority going to current seniors.

A: The following credit and debit cards are accepted via online registration; cash and Royal Card will not be accepted:

  • Visa

  • Mastercard

  • Discover

A: Yes, since there is alcohol served at Senior Week events, all participants must be 21 years old. If you are not 21 but are graduating and still want to attend Senior Week, you must contact cassondra.steiner@scranton.edu to receive approval to register. There is no change in price for the events. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause for Seniors that will not be 21 at the time for Senior Week.

A: No, Senior Week is only available as a package. Participants will receive a Senior Week wristband and will be on the list in order to be admitted to events. The only exception is Senior Formal. Members of the Class of 2020 may register for Senior Formal without attending Senior Week, and vice versa.

A: Senior Formal check-in will take place on Thursday, May 28 on the first floor of the DeNaples Center from 1:00pm-5:00pm. This is the only time that you and your guest can pick up your Senior Formal wristband (this will be a different wristband than Senior Week).

A: No, Senior Week is for graduating, social seniors only. You MUST be wearing your Senior Week wristband to gain entry to the events. Guests are NOT able to attend events throughout the week, and you cannot purchase tickets for individual events. The one exception to this rule is Senior Formal. Members of the Class of 2020 may register a guest for Senior Formal (space may be limited).

A: Events will take place, rain or shine. However, locations are subject to change if bad weather arises, so we appreciate your flexibility and attention to email.

A: For all events, your Royal Card, government issued photo ID, and Senior Week and/or Senior Formal wristband are required for entrance. Government issued photo ID includes a passport or any state’s Driver’s License. If you do decide to bring bags, they will be checked. Failure to comply with these regulations will result in non-entry to all events.

A: Senior Formal at the Scranton Radisson is the only off-campus senior event and is within walking distance of the campus. For your convenience, shuttle service will be provided between the campus and the venue. Please check back soon for the shuttle schedule and pick-up/drop-off locations. Parking will not be available at the Scranton Radisson.

A: All on-campus Senior Week events are casual attire. Casual attire includes shorts, t-shirt, pants, or sundresses

A: Senior Formal is semi-formal attire. Semi-formal attire include jacket & tie, dress pants, skirts, or dresses.

A: No outside beverages are allowed at Senior Week events or at Senior Formal. Failure to comply with these regulations will result in non-entry to all events and cancellation of registration without refund.

A: Please note any dietary restrictions in your registration form if you have any concerns so we can coordinate your needs. Each venue will be able to accommodate dietary restrictions.

A: There will be dining on campus available for students approved to stay for Senior Week. Please click here for more details.

A: If you believe that you are a "social status senior," have applied to graduate, and are having difficulty registering, please email seniorprogramming@scranton.edu.

A: We want you to spend time together at this event, but would also like to encourage you to make appropriate decisions regarding your participation. Please note that inappropriate behavior at this event will be forwarded to the Office of Student Conduct according to our Student Code of Conduct. Additionally, any inappropriate behavior will jeopardize your ability to participate in any remaining Senior Week events, Senior Formal, the President's Reception, and/or Commencement.