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Chicano/Latino & Native American Graduation Celebration

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Chicano/Latino & Native American Graduation Celebration

Please join the Chicano/Latino Faculty and Staff Association members celebrate our graduates at the 26th Annual Chicano/Latino Graduation & Native American Graduation Celebration.

26th Annual Chicano/Latino & Native American Graduation

Celebration Date: Saturday, May 10, 2014
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Location: CSUF TSU
General Admission: $10.00 per Graduate, $35.00 per guest (5 years and over)
Ticket Sales: Monday, March 24th through Monday, May 5th (or until tickets are sold out). Only 150 Graduate tickets are available.
Grad Celebration Headquarters: TBD
Deadline: April 25th slide show photos are due. May 2nd RSVP to insure name is in program. Slideshow Flyer

Where do I buy my Grad ticket and guest tickets?
TBD

What does the general admission include?
The admission includes a full course meal and program.

How many tickets can I buy?
There is no limit to the number of tickets purchased. However, tickets are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tickets are Non-Refundable/Non-Replaceable.

Can Tickets be purchased at the door?
No.

Ticket purchase location:
TBD

What do I get for participating?
Participating students will receive a certificate and graduation sash. You must be in attendance to receive a sash. Any sashes left over will be sold for a cost of $25.00.

How should I dress?
Business attire and/or semi-formal wear is recommended. Graduates are strongly encouraged to bring their cap and gown to the event.

What if I can’t participate, can I still get my graduation gifts?
There is NO guarantee that sashes will be available after the event. Should there be left over sashes students can purchase a sash for $25.00.

Can children attend the event?
Yes, children are welcome to attend. Tickets must be purchased for children 5 and over or for a child who will be sitting in a chair at the table.

How is seating coordinated?
Seating is open and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to the event to select seating in a desired location. No saving seats. There is no guarantee that all family and friends will be able to sit at the same table.

What if I need special accommodations? (Wheelchair access, hearing impaired, crutches, deaf, etc.)
Please contact Rosalina Camacho at (657) 278-3928 to inform the committee of your needed accommodation. To insure the correct accommodation is secured, Ms. Camacho should be contacted at least two weeks before the event. (Dates TBD).

What is the requirement to participate?
Participants must have an expected graduation date of Fall 2013, Spring 2014, or Summer 2014.

Can I still participate if I did not get an invitation via e- mail?
All students who anticipate graduating in Fall 13, Spring 14 and Summer 14 are invited to participate in the event. If a student did not receive an invitation and will be graduating in Fall 13 ,Spring 14 or Summer 14, you are still welcome to participate. Location to RSVP: TBD

Will there be a slide show this year?
Yes! Class of 2014 Graduates participating in the 26th annual Chicano/Latino & Native American Graduation Celebration are welcome to submit copy ready pictures showcasing community service, fundraisers, philanthropies, campus events, family gatherings, milestones, etc. Please include the type of event and the people in the picture along with your first and last name. All pictures must be received no later than Friday, May 2, 2014. NOT all pictures will be used in the slide show. Slideshow Flyer

Please e-mail all pictures to:CRC@fullerton.edu Attention: Edgar

CSUF is Nationally Ranked: 1st in Master's degrees awarded to Hispanics in Mathematics, 6th in Baccalaureate degrees to Hispanics, 6th in Baccalaureate degrees awarded to Minority Students, and 10th in the nation for the number of Hispanics faculty and administrators employed.anics faculty and administrators employed.