College of the Pacific & University College
College of the Pacific & University College Diploma & Hooding Ceremony
1:00 P.M. at the Alex G. Spanos Center on May 9, 2015
Graduates and Faculty assemble at 12:00 P.M. at the southeast entrance of the Alex G. Spanos Center.
Please refrain from bringing any air horns, noise makers, balloons or whistles to any Commencement day ceremonies.
The College of the Pacific diploma & hooding speaker is a graduating student. Our department chairs and faculty recommend a student speaker or a student may self-nominate. If you wish to be considered please contact your faculty advisor. Students will be invited to speak before a selected committee comprised of 3 COP faculty members. Three finalists are chosen to return for a final speech from which the graduation speaker is chosen. The deadline date is TBD.
College of the Pacific Annual Awards Ceremony, Friday, May 8, 2015, 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Raymond Great Hall
We cordially invite you to attend a special reception for our graduates and their families. The reception will be held outside the Northeast entrance of the Alex G. Spanos Center immediately following the Diploma & Hooding Ceremony on May 9, 2015. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Name Pronunciation Cards
If you feel your name is likely to be mispronounced when you are called up to the stage during your Diploma & Hooding ceremony, then it is imperative that you send the phonetical spelling of your name to College of the Pacific's Commencement Coordinator before April 30, 2015. Please e-mail this information to Kitty Gilbert, email@example.com at your earliest convenience.
Once graduation is complete, there are still items that may need your attention, or that of the graduate. Items in orange are links to additional information.
When does diploma arrive?
Diplomas are mailed to the address specified on the Application for Graduation, 3 to 4 months after the semester in which you graduate. If your address changes, it is your responsibility to inform the Office of the Registrar of this change. Returned diplomas will be kept on file five years and then destroyed. There is a fee for a replacement diploma borne by the graduate.
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