With the spring semester almost halfway over, it's time to prepare for this year's graduating class and ceremony.
The 2018 Commencement is just around the corner! We hope that you join the Pace Community in celebrating the Class of 2018 and their many accomplishments.
To ensure appropriate planning, please register to attend Commencement by Wednesday, March 21. You can attend one, two, or all three Commencement ceremonies.
The schedule is as follows:
Monday, May 14
Law School Ceremony | 1:00 p.m. | Law School Campus
Wednesday, May 16
Westchester Undergraduate Ceremony | 11:00 a.m. | Goldstein Fitness Center
Tuesday, May 22
New York Undergraduate Ceremony | 10:30 a.m. | Radio City Music Hall
New York Graduate Ceremony | 4:00 p.m. | Radio City Music Hall
When completing the online form, if you elect to order academic attire, follow the link to place your order. You must register even if you have your own academic attire.
If you miss the March 21 deadline date, there may be a charge for academic regalia. (Note: If you are an Academic Associate/Assistant Dean or Faculty, you MUST indicate your school. If you are an Officer or any level of Provost, Vice President, Student Affairs Dean, or Director, you DO NOT need to choose a school.)
If you are a staff member, please check back later in the month for staff-specific information about registration.
If there are any questions during the registration process, please call (914) 923-2711.
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