Weather Moves Today’s PSU Commencement Exercises Indoors

May 16th, 2008 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.–Today’s Undergraduate Commencement Exercises will be in the following indoor locations on the PSU campus: Foley Gymnasium inside the PE Center, the Courtroom inside the Hartman Union Building (the HUB), and the Hanaway Theatre inside the Silver Center for the Arts.

Students are to report directly to the indoor location they have selected by 9 a.m.

Due to the space limitations of the indoor facilities, each graduating senior has been provided four tickets for family members or friends to attend the indoor ceremonies.

Tickets are REQUIRED for family members to gain access to the indoor ceremony venues.

Overflow rooms are available in the HUB and Silver Center for family members without tickets to view the Commencement Exercises. Hyde Hall is the overflow location for the PE Center.

Students will be given instructions for the Commencement Exercises when they arrive at their selected site.

Staff members will direct you to form lines for the processional. There is no rehearsal for the ceremony. Staff members will be there to prompt you when it is your turn to proceed to and from the platform.

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