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Home >  Student Services >  Admissions & Records >  Graduation Information >  2018 Graduation Ceremony >  Graduation and Candidate Information >  Commencement Participation Reply Form

Commencement Ceremony Participation Reply Form

Graduates must sign up to walk in the ceremony by Thursday, April 26, 2018. 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.

Please note that during this public event, photographers and videographers are on site.  Photos and video taken today may be used in electronic or print media by the college, Los Rios Community College district, media or others.

Please complete all fields:

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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).  In addition, if transferring, please indicate transfer institution.



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