- What time is commencement?
- Where do I park?
- Is there handicapped-accessible parking?
- Is the ceremony filmed? Can I get a copy?
- How long does the ceremony last?
- Where do I sit?
- How do I wear my tassel?
- How do I get my graduation announced in the local newspaper?
- I have not received by commencement photos yet. Who do I contact?
Commencement ceremonies for May 4, 2018 will be held at:
Candidates for degrees from the College of Arts and Letters, the Martha Eriksson College of Education, and the College of Graduate Studies will participate in this ceremony. Doors to the Dunn Center will not open until one hour prior to the start of the ceremony for guests and graduating students.
Candidates for degrees from the College of Business, the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and the College of Graduate Studies will participate in this ceremony. Doors to the Dunn Center will not open until one hour prior to the start of the ceremony for guests and graduating students.
|Candidates for degrees from the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences, the ROTC cadets and the College of Graduate Studies will participate in this ceremony. Doors to the Dunn Center will not open until one hour prior to the start of the ceremony for guests and graduating students.|
Where do I park?
General parking for commencement ceremonies is located in the Foy Fitness Center lot off of Drane Street. Handicapped-accessible parking is located on the west side of the Dunn Center off of Robb Avenue.
Handicapped-accessible parking is located on the west side of the Dunn Center off of Robb Avenue and directly behind the Dunn Center.
The Department of Communication films and produces a DVD of each commencement ceremony. You may order a copy of your commencement ceremony on DVD by filling out the Graduation DVD Order Form.
Depending on the number of graduates, the ceremony lasts approximately an hour and a half.
When you arrive to the Dunn Center, you will be directed to the correct hallway for your major/college. Once the ceremony begins, you will be led to your seat by a staff marshal, who will be wearing a black gown with a red APSU stole.
Tassels should be worn on the right side of your cap. Students who are graduating with a Master degree or Education Specialist degree will wear the tassel on the left side of your cap.
Degree candidates who wish to have graduation information released to their hometown newspaper must complete a form on APSU's Web site for that information to be sent.
Also, students who believe they are eligible for the Dean's List would like to have this academic accomplishment released to their hometown newspaper, must complete a separate form to have this information released to the hometown newspaper. Shortly after the completion of each semester, the Office of the Registrar will have a complete list of students who achieved the Dean’s List.
Lists of both graduation candidates and Dean's List scholars will be sent automatically to The Leaf-Chronicle in Clarksville.
If you have any questions about hometown press releases, please contact the Office of Public Relations and Marketing, (931)221-7459.
Thank you, and congratulations on your achievements.
If you have not received your proofs from your pictures taken at commencement, please contact:
- Grad Images