- All students are required to review their name in the program and complete all Steps
to Graduation, including the Attendance Form, whether attending or not attending the
ceremony. To find your name quickly, press Ctrl FIf you have trouble finding your
name, contact email@example.com
- You'll need the Adobe Reader to view the program proof below. If you don't have Adobe
Reader installed on your computer, please click the "Get Adobe Reader" icon below
to download the latest FREE version. Each College is linked to it's section of the
program proof. These are first-run Galley proofs, so please ignore the layout and
check your name, degree, and college.
Congratulations on your upcoming graduation. Graduation is an exciting time! In order
to make your day great, we require that you ensure your name and information is accurate.
Please see important information about the program proof and review your name in the
proof for accuracy.
- The last day to correct any part of your name in the program is November 21, 2013
by 12 noon. It is your responsibility to ensure your name is correct by the deadline.
- The above date is the last date to make any changes, including: update names, add your name, remove your name, correct
missing college information, etc. To make updates or for questions about the program,
- Open the PDF below. Ctrl F to locate your name or scroll through the pages. Check
for spelling, degree, honors designations, prior degree information (Master and Doctoral
Students ONLY), etc.
- Reviewing your name in the program is required by all students
- The name in the program is how it will be printed on your pronouncer card and diploma.
Information and names cannot be altered after the deadline.
Confidentiality Disclaimer Regarding the Program Proof
- If you would like to have your name removed for confidentiality or any other reasons,
please contact Commencement or your Graduation Analyst by the deadline above. Your
name will be included in the Commencement program if you do not contact your analysts
by the deadline, whether or not you have prior confidential restrictions on your student