Things to keep in mind as you prepare to cross the stage



This upcoming commencement will allow spring 2014 graduates to be recognized at the following ceremonies.

Friday, May 9

Mennonite College of Nursing — 4 p.m. at Braden Auditorium

College of Arts and Sciences — 7 p.m. at Redbird Arena

Saturday, May 10

College of Education — 9 a.m. at Redbird Arena

College of Applied Science and Technology — noon at Redbird Arena

College of Business — 4 p.m. at Redbird Arena

College of Fine Arts — 7 p.m. at Braden Auditorium


• Arrive one hour prior to the ceremony start time.

• If your ceremony is at Redbird Arena, check in at Horton Field House.

• If your ceremony is taking place in Braden Auditorium, check in at the Bone Student Center.

• There is no limit to the number of guests you are allowed to have attend the commencement ceremony. Remember to have friends and family members arrive early. • Set a predetermined meeting place with your guests for after the ceremony to avoid confusion and becoming separated.

• Ceremonies should last an estimated two hours.

• Be prepared for pictures during the ceremony as professional photographers will be snapping photos throughout the ceremony. • A live stream of the ceremony will be available at graduationservices., under the “Family and Guests” tab. OTHER FREQUENT CONCERNS:

• Diplomas will be mailed to graduates after all requirements are met, usually eight to 12 weeks following commencement.

• Diploma covers will be presented at the commencement ceremony.

• Diplomas will be 10” x 8” for those wanting to buy a frame.

• Complimentary parking will be available for all who are attending commencement ceremonies.






2 Responses

  1. greedy squirrel

    Sometimes, one or two of the other residents would stop into Miss Elizabeth’s room, and we’d
    have an old fashioned gabfest with Frosty lying on the floor.
    On a previous holiday (Father’s Day) a handsome metal tin of ANZACs biscuits or cookies
    hit the spot (and probably Mom’s greedy craw too. Instead,
    he sewed animal pelts together to make a warm
    coat and blankets.

  2. funny cats

    We always seem to run out of money if we pay our bills first and then look at what’s left for savings.
    They were donated by a student when she left her university.
    If you pay yourself first, and then your bills, you’ll find a way to make it to your next pay period.


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