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CSUEB students are encouraged to attend 'Graduation 101' on Nov. 15.

CSUEB graduation workshop on Nov. 15

  • November 13, 2012 5:00am

The Office of  the Registrar be be holding a"Graduation 101" workshop on Thursday, November 15 at 10am in the multi-purpose room of the new Univeristy Union. Undergraduate and graduate level students are encouraged to attend.

Learn the answers to the following questions and much more:

  • How does graduation relate to commencement?

  • Will my name be in the commencement program?

  • What do I need to graduate?

  • How does graduation filing work, and when should I file?

  • What is the timeline to graduate and get my diploma?

  • What if I filed for graduation but still have classes to take?

This workshop will NOT answer questions about individual records or provide academic/course advisement. Attendees will learn how to avoid delays and better understand the CSUEB graduation process.

No advance reservation is required, this is a free event. For questions send an e-mail to: or call (510) 885-2784 and select menu option #5.


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