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Graduation Commencement Ceremony

Graduation Commencement Ceremony

Date: Thursday, May 15, 2014

Time: 7:00pm

Place: Roy Wilkins Auditorium at the RiverCentre

The Graduation Commencement Ceremony for the Class of 2014 will be held on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 7:00pm in the Roy Wilkins Auditorium at Saint Paul RiverCentre.

Graduation Guests
  • Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis for family and friends.
  • Handicap-accessible seating will be available on the floor of the Roy Wilkins Auditorium at the RiverCentre. 

Graduation Ceremony Participation

If you plan to participate in the commencement ceremony, you must meet the following criteria:

Eligible Students
Eligible students are those who will complete their program requirements the end of

    • Fall Semester 2013
    • Spring Semester 2014
    • Summer Term 2014.

Complete Graduation Application Form
If you plan to graduate, you need to submit the online Graduation Application form or stop by the Student Records Office to complete the form, whether or not you plan to attend the Graduation Ceremony.

Order your Graduation Cap and Gown
Your Student Senate has paid for the caps and gowns that you may keep after the ceremony. You may order your cap and gown at our annual Graduate Salute.

View Graduate Salute information

Required Exit Loan Counseling
If you received a Student Loan during your enrollment at Saint Paul College, you will be required to do an "exit loan" on-line counseling session. You will receive more information from the Financial Aid Office or stop by the Financial Aid Office for details.

Diploma/Award Document
Your formal award document will be mailed approximately 8 to 10 weeks after the end of the semester.

Additional Services for Graduating Students

Transcripts
Unofficial Transcripts (student copy) are available online when you log into your Student Account. When you print it from your account, it is an "unofficial" transcript.

Official transcripts ($5.00 fee) can be ordered through the College Web site via the Student Clearinghouse, and mailed directly to a third party (employer or transfer college) or you may pick it up from Student Records. The transcript, if picked up, is considered official if it is given to you in a sealed envelope and remains sealed until you deliver it to an employer or transfer college.

Career/Job Search Assistance
Need help with your resume, cover letter, interview skills or job search? Visit the Career and Placement Center, Room 1250. Check out the Career and Placement Center information. Your faculty advisor is also a great resource!