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Home >  Student Services >  Admissions & Records >  Graduation Info >  2015 Graduation Ceremony >  Graduation and Candidate Information >  Commencement Participation Reply Form

Commencement Ceremony Participation Reply Form

Graduates must register to walk in the ceremony by Thursday, April 30, 2015, and be given tickets for guests. Tickets will be distributed in accordance with the number of graduates who sign up by this date.

Be sure to read the Graduate Information prior to the ceremony – click here.

Folsom Lake College photographs and videos its commencement ceremonies for use in Folsom Lake College and Los Rios Community College District publications, public relations, marketing, and websites. Anyone who does not want his or her photograph/image used for these purposes should file a written request with the Public Information Services Office (Folsom campus, College Administration building, 916-608-6993).

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CEREMONY ANNOUNCEMENT: A card will be handed to the stage announcer when it is your turn to be announced and honored. Indicate below how you would like your name read during the ceremony and indicate the ONE degree you would like announced (only one degree per graduate can be read).



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