Prepare to Attend Commencement June 9-10 at Wintrust Arena

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Another new era will begin this weekend when DePaul’s first commencement ceremonies are held at a new venue-Wintrust Arena. Five ceremonies will take place June 9-10, as graduates take part in the university’s 119th commencement.
Because paid parking in the area is highly limited, attendees are encouraged to use public transportation or taxi and rideshare options to get to Wintrust Arena, located at 200 E. Cermak Road in Chicago’s South Loop. The arena is accessible by city bus and elevated train. Directions, maps and public transportation options can be found on the commencement website.
If you drive, expect heavy traffic when guests from one ceremony are exiting parking areas while guests for the next ceremony are arriving.
Several parking options are available. Please be aware that Lot A may reach capacity quickly.
Lot A – 2301 South Prairie Avenue, Chicago, IL 60616: (8′ height clearance) is a six-level garage with 2,100 parking spaces located on Martin Luther King Drive, adjacent to McCormick Place’s West Building. Covered walkways from Lot A leading directly into McCormick Place, Wintrust Arena, Marriott Marquis and Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Hotel also provide added convenience. The parking rate is $23 for up to 16 hours and $36 for from 16 to 24 hours.* There are no in-and-out privileges. Overnight parking is available in Lot A only. Lost tickets will pay the $36 (overnight) fee per day.
Lot B – 3050 South Moe Drive, Chicago, IL 60616 (also known as 31st Street Lot) is an outdoor surface parking lot located at 31st Street near Lake Shore Drive South and Moe Drive. It holds over 1,800 vehicles. The parking rate is a flat fee of $15 per day with no in-and-out privileges.* This parking lot is open throughout event hours. Overnight parking is not available. A complimentary shuttle will run Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Please allow extra time if you plan …

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