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The purpose of the African American Graduation Celebration is to provide an African-centered ceremony to recognize the accomplishments of the graduates, and the support received from family and friends. The African American Graduation Celebration provides a forum where excellence among students can be celebrated and achievements acknowledged. It is not an alternative graduation, but rather a celebration of success. We strongly encourage your participation in the University Commencement to be held May 9 and 10, 2017 at The Fox Theatre- please visit www.commencement.wayne.edu for more information.
Bridging the past with our present, the African American Graduation Celebration serves as a cultural rite of passage that recognizes and affirms all graduating students who have completed a rigorous course of study at WSU. The African American Graduation Celebration is an African-centered ceremony that honors undergraduate, graduate and professional school students who have successfully completed their studies at Wayne State University.
Theme: “A Cultural Celebration of Academic Achievement”
It is FREE to participate in the 2017 African American Graduation Celebration on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 2:00 pm-8:00 pm in the General Lectures Building Room 100 and 150.
The Strolling Reception: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Graduation Celebration: 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
**Keep in mind there is NO COST to participate in the Celebration**(However if you would like to purchase a Kente Sash/Souvenir Ad Booklet cost is $35.00.
Aditional Souvenir Ad Booklets are $10.00 each.
Costs of Ads: Whole Page Ad - $100.00/Half Page Ad - $50.00/Quarter Page Ad - $35.00/Eighth Page Ad - $25.00 and Patron Name - $5.00. ALL MONIES ARE DUE BY MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2017.)
ALL ARE WELCOME!
For more information and questions about WSU 2017 African American Graduation Celebration, please contact:
Maxine G. Hudgins, Coordinator at 313-577-5052 and/or email@example.com
Sponsored by Office of Multicultural Student Engagement (OMSE), Office of Federal TRIO, The Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Black Student Union (BSU), Department of African American Studies and the Organization of Black Alumni (OBA)