100 Days to Graduation Celebration (PLV)
After all the studying, hustling, and coffee-guzzling, you're only a few months away from getting your hands on that degree. You earned this one, Setters! Drop by to celebrate and order your cap and gown on Wednesday, February 7.
Let us be the first to congratulate you on your impending graduation! You've come a long way, class of 2018, and we're so excited to celebrate the big day with you.
For a chance to order your cap and gown and receive further details about Commencement, stop by the PLV Campus:
100 Days to Graduation
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
12:15 p.m.–1:15 p.m.
Dean's Lounge and Kessel Multi-Purpose Room
You'll be able to make your mark (literally!) on the Senior Class of 2018 banner, as well as receive on-site resume reviews courtesy of Career Services.
Not going to make the event? No problem! All Pace students have until Wednesday, March 21, 2018 to order their cap and gown. You must place your order by the deadline so that you can participate in Commencement and secure guest tickets.
To make sure you're prepared for graduation, please review either information for the NYC Campus or PLV Campus. Member of the LGBTQ community? Email the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center if you'd like a rainbow tassle.
Finally, if you're on the PLV Campus and interested in singing for Commencement, please email PLVCommencement@pace.edu by March 5, 2018.
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