Families, friends and guests
Mark your calendars! Commencement 2013 is nearly here. View
the schedule of events,
details, and the links to the right to help navigate your
way through the weekend.
The following hotels and motels are located within a few minutes'
drive of Saint Martin's University.
For additional information on accommodations:
Lacey Chamber of Commerce
8300 Quinault Drive NE, Lacey, WA 98516
Driving directions to Pavilion
From Interstate 5 northbound take exit 108 and proceed to the College
Street exit. Turn right on College Street. From College Street, turn
left onto Lacey Blvd, then left on Franz St. then proceed straight
across Pacific Avenue and the Marcus Pavilion will be on the left.
From Interstate 5 southbound take exit 109 and turn left at
the College Street intersection with Martin Way. From College
Street, turn left onto Lacey Blvd, then left on Franz St. then
proceed straight across Pacific Avenue and the Marcus Pavilion
will be on the left.
Free parking is available within walking distance of the Marcus
Pavilion. Please see the
for specific parking information. Please be aware that parking
is prohibited in fire lanes, pedestrian crosswalks or along a
road or street not marked as available parking.
Saint Martin's University is committed to providing a campus environment
that is accessible to persons with disabilities.
Accommodations for commencement activities:
- Wheelchair accessible seating is
available at all venues.
- American Sign Language interpreters will be
on stage at commencement.
- Campus security is also available during the
events to help guide students and guests to ADA parking and to help them find
wheelchair accessible routes.
Services and accommodations are coordinated by the Office of Disability
Support Services, in the lower level of O'Grady Library. Please contact
Geoffrey Brown, Disability Support Services coordinator, to coordinate
accommodations for your needs. He can be reached at 360-438-4580 or
If a student or guest has special seating needs, please contact Geoffrey
Brown or the
registrar to allow for adequate space for disability