The University Commencements recognize candidates receiving bachelor's degrees, while the College of Education & Human Development Convocation recognizes master's, specialist and doctor of education (Ed.D.) candidates.
All College of Education and Human Development undergraduate and Ph.D. candidates will participate in separate ceremonies. For more information about those ceremonies, please visit http://commencement.gsu.edu.
Yes, registration is required to participate in the College of Education & Human Development’s Spring Convocation Ceremony. To register, please fill out and submit the RSVP form at http://education.gsu.edu/student-services/accolades/cehd-convocation/student-rsvp.
There are two regalia ordering windows:
- If you ordered your regalia before Feb. 16, it will be available for pick-up during the university’s Commencement Fair, which will be held March 20-21 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on both days in the Student Center East Ballroom.
- All regalia orders made between Feb. 16 and March 21, including orders made at the Commencement Fair, will be available for pick-up May 1-6 from the Georgia State Bookstore, located at 66 Courtland St. SE (3rd floor, Student Center West).
The final date that all regalia must be ordered is March 21.
If you have any issues or concerns regarding regalia, please contact email@example.com or call 404-413-8131 as soon as possible so we may help you. The College of Education & Human Development would like all degree candidates who want to participate to do so.
If you are a member of Kappa Delta Pi and need to pick up KDP cords, please visit www.kdp.org.
If you need cords from any other student organizations or groups, please check with a representative from your respective organizations.
Please wear your robe and bring your cap, honor cord, etc. Do not bring extra items to the holding room. You will not be allowed to march in the processional with extra possessions. Ladies, please limit your purse to a small clutch or shoulder bag worn discreetly under your robe. Note: The College of Education & Human Development is not responsible for any valuables left unattended in the designated holding room or ceremony room.
At registration, you will be given a colored card with your name and degree information on it. Hold on to this card because you will give it to the announcer during the ceremony for your recognition. If you have a spelling correction or want to confirm the pronunciation of your name, please see the announcer, who will be located in the holding room with you.
Guests will not need tickets to enter and will be seated on a first come, first serve basis.
Please ask your guests to plan for ample time to arrive and park at the Rialto in order to be on time. Driving and parking directions can be found here.
The ceremony will last approximately 1 ½ to 2 hours.
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