66th Commencement Exercises
Primer for Graduates and Parents

April 23, 2012

Graduating Students Batch 2012

  1. Roster of Graduates
    • List of candidates for graduation will be posted in your respective college bulletin boards on April 28, 2012.
    • Verifications regarding the list will be entertained until May 2, 2012 only. Please see the Dean's office or the Registrar's office for queries and verifications.
    • Zero-balance policy is strictly enforced.

  2. Schedule
    • Take note of the following schedule of activities. It is important that all graduates follow the schedule and attend all activities:

    Date & TimeActivityVenue
    March 26, 2012Start of Photo Shoot for the Yearbook
    (see posters for details)
    G-401, PE Bldg.
    April 28, 2012Posting of FINAL ROSTER of GraduatesUC College Offices
    May 2, 2012Start of ISSUANCE OF ACADEMIC ATTIRES (Togas)*
    - see below for issuance schedule
    Start of RESERVATION OF PHOTO COVERAGE
    Basement Floor - Science Bldg.
    May 7, 2012
    1:00pm
    Issuance of Program and Passes (after rehearsals)
    Rehearsals for COA, CHTM, CBA

    UC Gymnasium
    May 8, 2012
    8:00am
    1:00pm
    Issuance of Program and Passes (after rehearsals)
    Rehearsals for CON, CEA, CCJE
    Rehearsals for CAS, CTE, CITCS, COL, GS

    UC Gymnasium
    UC Gymnasium
    May 10, 2012
    11:15am-1:30pm
    11:30am
    1:45pm
    1st Ceremony (COA, CHTM, CBA)
    Gates open for guests and parents
    Assembly for graduates
    Processional


    1st to 2nd Flr - Science Bldg
    UC Gymnasium
    May 11, 2012
    6:45am-8:00am
    7:00am
    8:15am
    2nd Ceremony (CON, CEA, CCJE)
    Gates open for guests and parents
    Assembly for graduates
    Processional


    1st to 2nd Flr - Science Bldg
    UC Gymnasium

    11:15am-1:30pm
    11:30am
    1:45pm
    3rd Ceremony (CAS, CTE, CITCS, COL, GS)
    Gates open for guests and parents
    Assembly for graduates
    Processional


    1st to 2nd Flr - Science Bldg
    UC Gymnasium

    Schedule for TOGA ISSUANCE
    Payment and Verification at Room S003

    Before securing your togas, you need to:

    1. Verify that you are included in the list of candidates for graduation.
    2. Secure a copy of borrower's slip for verification that you are in the list of candidates for graduation.
    3. For qualified students, pay an initial deposit of Php. 100.00;
      For PhD students, pay an initial deposit of Php. 250.00.
    4. Go to the designated issuance rooms of your college/department for fitting of the toga.

    DateTimeCollege / DepartmentRoom
    April 25-26, 20128:00 am - 5:00 pmFaculties and EmployeesS004
    May 2, 20128:00 am - 12:00 pmCON and CBAS006
    May 2, 20121:00 pm - 4:30 pmCOA, CHTM and CEAS007
    May 3, 20128:00 am - 12:00 pmCAS, CTE and CITCSS008
    May 3, 20121:00 pm - 4:30 pnCCJE, COL and GSS009
    May 4-5, 20128:00 am - 5:00 pmAll Departments
    May 8, 20121:00 pm - 4:00 pmCON and CBAS006
    May 9, 20128:00 am - 11:30 amCOA, CHTM and CEAS007
    May 9, 20121:00 pm - 4:30 pmCAS, CTE and CITCS
    CCJE, COL and GS
    S008
    S009
    *note: Togas must be returned within a day after the ceremony. Failure to do so shal be charged a fine of Php. 10.00/day for students and Php. 50.00/day for faculties & employees.

  3. Attire for Graduates during Graduation Ceremonies
    • Men:
      • Light colored plain long sleeve polo with tie, no need for coats or jackets.
      • Dark pants and black leather shoes.
      • Facial accessories and exposed tattoos are not allowed.
      • Keep a formal and neat haircut/hairstyle.
      • For Nursing graduates, complete gala uniform.
    • Ladies:
      • Long formal dress with ankle-length skirt hemline, with or without sleeves, no pants allowed for ladies.
      • Not more than 2-inch high heeled shoes.
      • Minimal accessories.
      • For Nursing graduates, complete gala uniform.

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