Frequently Asked Questions
Should an emergency arise that would delay or prevent a candidate from attending the graduation ceremony, please make sure to inform the Registrar’s graduation team at least one hour before the ceremony begins, which is scheduled at 4:00 pm. You may reach them at 010.6669.4358
What should I do if I am denied for this graduation, but plan to graduate in the future?
Any candidates who are not approved for official graduation must reapply for a future graduation cycle, and they must do so by the appropriate deadline. Students who apply for one graduation and who are denied for whatever reason will not automatically have their applications for graduation carried forward.
Leave bags, purses and other large items at home.
We do not have a secure place to store any items you bring with you, so please plan ahead.
Do not throw your cap or any other objects.
To avoid injuring those around you, please do not toss any objects in the air during the ceremony.
Help us pronounce your name correctly.
If your calling name has an unusual pronunciation, please make sure to let us know during the rehearsal.
Return to your seat, and stay seated for the rest of the ceremony.
Be respectful of other graduates and the audience by staying in your seat before and after you receive your diploma and until those on the Commencement platform exit during the recessional.