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Spring 2014 Commencement Ceremony
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Graduation will be held on the Academic Quad
- 9 a.m. — College of Business, College of Education
- Noon — College of Science and Technology
- 3 p.m. — College of Liberal Arts
***Each graduate will receive guest tickets in the event that the Rain Plan becomes necessary.***
Tickets: There are no tickets necessary unless the Rain Plan is utilized. Seating is on a first come, first served basis and may be obtained 1 hour before each ceremony.
Parking: Parking will be on upper or lower campus. Busses will be provided for transportation to and from the ceremony.
Student Line up
In Centennial Hall (or Nelson Field House for the Rain Plan) on Saturday, May 10, 2014
- 8 a.m. College of Business and College of Education
- 11 a.m. College of Science & Technology
- 2 p.m. College of Liberal Arts
Rain Plan Information
The Rain Plan will be called by 5:30 am the day of the ceremony. The decision will be posted on BloomU Today, Facebook and Twitter.
If the Rain Plan is being utilized, graduates should enter Nelson Field House through the entrance outside the Athletic Training Rooms and follow the signs to line up with your college. The times of the ceremonies will remain the same. All guests entering Nelson Field House must have a ticket. There will be no admittance without a ticket.
Faculty should line up in Room 230. Please enter Nelson Field House through the upstairs lobby.
Platform Party should line up in Room 281. Please enter Nelson Field House through the upstairs lobby.
Financial aid exit counseling
Federal Stafford Loan recipients must complete Financial Aid Exit Counseling prior to graduation. Federal Perkins Loan (National Direct Student Loan) recipients must arrange an exit interview through the business office, Waller Administration Building, prior to graduation. Call 570-389-4588 for more information.
No Information Release
If a student has stipulated that no information may be released concerning university records, a written release must be submitted to the registrar's office, Student Services Center 150, to print their name in the commencement program. Additionally, students who do not wish their information to be released are excluded from post-commencement distribution of graduate lists to the media.
No information release also means the university cannot provide information for employment verification.