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Can you tell me if I am eligible to graduate?
How can I apply to graduate?
Can I obtain my diploma now?
If I attend my Convocation ceremony, will I get my diploma there or will it be mailed to me?
Do I get my transcript with my diploma?
If I am not attending Convocation, how do I receive my diploma?
What do I need to know if I'm graduating in the February In Absentia Convocation?
Attending Convocation as a Walk-On
How do I register to attend a future Convocation as a 'walk-on'?
How do I know what Convocation ceremony I would attend as a 'walk-on'?
How does the 'walk-on' experience differ from those graduating on their Convocation date?
What is the schedule like on the day of the 'walk-on' ceremony?
How do I rent regalia?
Do I have to wear a gown to cross the stage?
What time is my graduation? What day is it on?
When will my convocation package be mailed?
Can I attend any ceremony?
How long is the ceremony?
Are the ceremonies videotaped or photographed?
My family is very excited that I’m graduating, can I let my child(ren) sit with me during the ceremony and cross the stage with me?
Can I park close by?
How do I cancel my convocation?
Do my guests need tickets for Convocation? Even small children?
How do I obtain extra tickets to my convocation?
What happens if I don’t order my tickets right away? Will you run out?
When I tried to view the PDF of my tickets, one of the following problems occurred:
· I lost/threw out/My dog ate the tickets I already printed – what do I do?
Why can’t I see my extra tickets in the file with my original order?
If I have a guest with special needs, whom do I contact?
I am a graduate with a disability or special needs and will be attending my ceremony. Who should I call to make special arrangements if necessary?
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