Convocation 2014 - St. John's
We have a limited number of guest tickets available for graduating students for the following sessions of Fall 2014 Convocation
Friday, Oct. 17th at 10 a.m.
Friday, Oct. 17th at 3 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 17th at 7:30 p.m.
Please call 864-8663, 864-8660 or drop by our office located in the Arts & Administration building room A1024 on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, BEGINNING AT 9 A.M. First come, first served.
Note: Voicemail messages will not be checked prior to allocation.
STEPS TO GRADUATE
Qualify to finish...
You must first apply to graduate; the Registrar's Office will review your academic record to determine if you have met the degree requirements. The deadline to apply to graduate is January 15 for Spring Convocation and July 15 for Fall Convocation
. Log on to Memorial Self Service
to fill out the application for graduation.
RSVP for your 30 seconds of fame...
Register to attend
your convocation ceremony, you must register to participate in the ceremony via Memorial Self Service mid-August to September 26 at 5 p.m
. Even if you don't plan to attend, please go online and tell us this so arrangements can be made to send your parchment to you.
Be in the know...
Pick up your gear...
Convocation in St. John's is held in the auditorium of the Arts and Culture Centre, Allandale Road
Ceremonies will be held Oct. 17, 2014. The schedule
You should arrive at the Arts and Culture Centre 60 minutes before your convocation ceremony to pick up your tickets and your academic dress. Parking is free in designated lots around the centre but is limited.
The convocation ceremony is approximately one hour and 30 minutes in length. Each will be broadcast live on the university's website and videotaped for future broadcast on cable television. Graduand and guest tickets will be distributed from the former canteen of the Centre (NOT from the Box Office); please ensure you know your Memorial student number.
Become a graduate
Finally, the degree you've worked so hard for... proudly cross the stage, get hooded and shake hands with the chancellor!