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FAQ

What time must I arrive for check-in?

Students must start checking in at 2 pm at the Multipurpose Room located in the Students Service Center Building. Check-in will continue until 2:55 pm.

What is the attire for the event?

Students must wear their cap & gown. Be aware that graduates will be walking on uneven surfaces and grass areas, in addition to going up & down the stairs leading to the stage. Please notify RRC if you need accommodations. 

I have a final during the event, can I still participate?

Students who are unable to attend the event will have the option to pick up their graduation sash immediately after the event is over at 5 pm. If a student is unable to pick up a sash they may send a representative to pick it up on their behalf. Please notify RRC by Wednesday, June 8, 5 pm.

How many guests can I bring to the event? 

Students are allowed to bring as many guests as they would like, there is no limit nor do we provide tickets for the event. 

What is the seating arrangement for the event?

Students will be seated separately from their families. The seating area will open to the public at 2 pm on a first-come, first-served basis. The event takes outdoor with limited sun covering, and it is advised that families come prepared. No umbrellas will be allowed.  

What are permitted items for the event?  

We allow noise makers, balloons, and signs. We ask that guests are mindful of others and don't obstruct the view.  

Can my family record/photograph the event?

Yes, families are allowed to take pictures/videos for personal use.

Will the event be recorded for future viewing?  

Yes, the graduation is live-streamed through our website. Additionally, each live stream is saved at the bottom of this page.

When will I receive my graduation sash?

Sashes will be provided as part of the ceremony to all student participants. Sashes will not be provided prior to the event. Students who are unable to attend the event will have the option
to pick up their graduation sash immediately after the ceremony is over at ›pm. If the student is unable to pick up the sash themselves they can send a representative to pick it up on their
behalf; they will need to notify Assistant Director Claudia Martinez by Wednesday, June 8, 5 pm.

 Will the event be translated? 

The entire event is bilingual in English and Spanish.

 Can my family record/photograph the event?

Yes, families are allowed to take pictures/videos for personal use.

Will the event be recorded for future viewing?

Yes, the graduation is live-streamed through our website. Additionally, each live stream is saved at the bottom of this page.

Me, or a member of my family, need accommodation. Who should I contact?

Please contact Assistant Director Claudia Martinez for any accommodations.