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Instructions for Graduating Seniors. Commencement May 2 – 4, 2008. Friday, May 2 Consecration Service 8:00 p.m. No regalia needed Sit with whomever you wish, wherever you wish. Platform party – be on platform by 7:41 PM. Saturday, May 3. Sabbath School – 10 a.m. – 11:Sharp Student led

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instructions for graduating seniors

Instructions for Graduating Seniors

Commencement

May 2 – 4, 2008

friday may 2 consecration service 8 00 p m
Friday, May 2Consecration Service 8:00 p.m.
  • No regalia needed
  • Sit with whomever you wish, wherever you wish.
  • Platform party – be on platform by 7:41 PM
saturday may 3
Saturday, May 3
  • Sabbath School – 10 a.m. – 11:Sharp
    • Student led
  • Baccalaureate – 11:30 AM
    • No regalia required
    • Sit wherever you want
    • Sit with whomever you want.
  • Platform party –
    • be on platform by 11:11
sunday may 4 commencement
Sunday, May 4Commencement
  • Memorial Auditorium
    • 8:30 AM – Put on regalia + line up in proper order
      • Line up in Memorial Auditorium, lower floor, Exhibit Hall
    • Set as many alarms as you think you will need
      • Procession will begin at 9:30 sharp
entering the auditorium the grand entrance
Entering the Auditorium(The Grand Entrance)
  • Dr. Edwin Reynolds = The Grand Marshal
    • Platform Party
    • Faculty
  • Grand Marshal (Grand Marshal returns for seniors)
    • Class Officers (single file)
    • Southern Scholars (single file)
    • Baccalaureate Degree graduates (single file)
    • All other candidates (single file)
      • Associates
      • Masters
      • Guests
  • Grand Marshal returns for Golden Anniversary Class (50-year alumni) at east, side entrance.
receiving your diploma
Receiving your Diploma
  • Stand by rows, move to the left
  • 1st in row proceed to top of stairs, 2nd in row proceed to middle stair, 3rd in row proceed to front of stairs. Move to these positions in turn.
  • Names announced. If you are not the person called, shake your head, and we will say “In Absentia”. Wait until your name is called.
  • Walk at a natural pace across the platform
  • Southern Scholars – stop by Dr. Young to receive your medallion
  • Proceed to Dr. Bietz
  • Diploma in left hand above your right hand
  • Smile for photographer
  • Shake hands with Ron Smith, vice chair of the Board
  • Back to your chair + sit down
exiting the auditorium
Exiting the Auditorium
  • Benediction
  • Grand Marshal - mace - platform party
  • Jeremy Micheff will follow the platform participants and lead students out
  • Each row will march out single file
  • Keep moving through the lobby area to the road outside the auditorium. The road will be blocked to vehicular traffic. Meet your family there.
rules and your self respect
Rules and Your Self-Respect
  • No non-academic embellishments
    • SAU dress code applies for a few more hours
    • Flowers, $$, signs, etc. ≠ appropriate
  • Appropriate clothing / shoes with robe
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Rules and Your Self-Respect
  • Ask your family not to act too surprised when you receive your diploma
    • Fog horns prohibited by MA
    • Silly string or confetti prohibited by MA
    • Hooting & hollering ≠ good (Your family will not hear your name read)
  • Gifts afterwards
  • Photos afterwards