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Students discuss on changes to commencement

Candice Criss

November 5, 2014

CSUN students voiced their concerns and opinions on the changes of the Spring 2015 graduation ceremony at the USU.

Almost 10,000 graduates participate in first ticketed commencement ceremonies

A graduate from the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics is congratulated by President Dianne Harrison during commencement ceremonies at the Oviatt Lawn Thursday morning. Photo Credit: Vincent Nguyen / Contributor

Mateo Melero

May 23, 2014

  CSUN's first-ever ticketed commencement ceremonies ran smoothy as roughly 10,000 graduates took part in six major commencement ceremonies at the Oviatt Lawn, which began Monday and concluded Thursday. With the allotment of guest tickets raised from four to seven earlier this semest...

Student protest, petition spark officials to add tickets, extra graduation day

President Dianne Harrison decided to increase the number of commencement tickets after a December meeting with Associated Students and William Watkins, vice president of student affairs. File Photo / Daily Sundial

Alex Vejar

January 22, 2014

CSUN graduates will now be allowed to request seven tickets instead of four to invite guests to their commencement ceremonies in May after a decision was reached by university officials in December of last year. In addition, one day was added to the commencement schedule in order to separate so...

University official confirms graduation changes at A.S. meeting

University official confirms graduation changes at A.S. meeting

Elizabeth Ohanian

November 25, 2013

  >>>CORRECTION: A final decision has not yet been made regarding the use of the Oviatt Lawn. Seats will be added to accommodate guests but it won't be 500,000 as stated in the article. CSUN commencement ceremonies are about to get a little complicated due to new regulations propose...

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