Friday, May 23, 2014 at 9:00a.m.
Graduation celebrates all the hard work, time and effort that each student invests in order to make it to this grand event! Join us in celebrating the class of 2014!
Graduates: Please do not bring personal items to the ceremony as there will be no place to keep them, including your original seat (as you change seats during the ceremony).
Live Stream the Ceremony
If you have family or friends that are unable to make the ceremony, you may direct them to this link, and they will be able to experience the ceremony live from their homes.
Jonathan Mooney is a dyslexic writer and activist who did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. He is a graduate of Brown University’s class of 2000 and holds an honors degree in English Literature. Jonathan is founder and President of Project Eye-To-Eye, a mentoring and advocacy non-profit organization for students with learning differences. Project Eye-To-Eye currently has 20 chapters, in 13 states working with over 3,000 students, parents and educators nation wide.
Follow this link to view the program outline for graduation.
Candidates for graduation submitting a Petition for Degree or Certificate after March 1:
- may participate in the commencement/graduation ceremony
- will not have their names appear in the Spring 2014 commencement program
- will not receive an honors tassle at graduation, if eligible
- will not have their records evaluated until late summer or early fall
- will receive an August 2014 graduation date posted to their transcript
If you have questions regarding the process, please call (949) 582-4555.
For more information please visit the Admissions and Records website.
Do you have a story about a graduate that you'd like to share on our website? Great! Submit a form with information about the graduate(s) to have him/her recognized in a spotlight on this page of the website. (Subject to Student Development Office Approval)