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About Commencement 2014
April 7, 2014 - 5:20pm
Saturday May 10, 2014
5th Avenue Presbyterian Church
7 W. 55th St at 5th Avenue
Contact: Catherine Corbin, Event Planner, 212-659-7297
Schedule of Events:
Thursday, February 27
Pre-graduation lunch (Graduates)
12:15 pm in the City Room
Monday, March 31
Robe order deadline
Photographer reader card deadline
Monday, April 7
RSVP deadline for all Commencement-related events
Monday, April 29 – Thursday, May 8
Ticket pick up/purchase at Student Services (Graduates)
Data collection (name card/ survey) at Student Services (Graduates)
Monday, May 5 – Friday, May 9
Robe pick up at Student Services (Graduates)
Thursday, May 8
Commencement Rehearsal (Graduates)
5pm at The King's College, City Room
Graduate Get Together
6-8pm at The White Horse Tavern - 25 Bridge Street
Friday, May 9
Parents, Graduates, Faculty Reception
4:30-6:30pm at The Irish American - 17 John Street
Saturday, May 10
Commencement at 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church – 7 W 55th St (at 5th Avenue)
Graduate arrivals begin at 8:45 am, doors open to families/public at 9:30 am, ceremony begins at 10 am and ends by 11:30 am, class picture at 11:30 am.
Each graduate will be given six (6) tickets for the commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 10th. Because of space restrictions, no guest will be permitted to attend the ceremony without a ticket. Additional tickets will be available for purchase. Additional tickets will cost $10.00 each. There are no restrictions on the number of tickets purchased. Children five years and under do not need a ticket. Please visit http://www.tkc.edu/epay/ to purchase extra tickets.
Current students can purchase tickets for $5.00, one ticket per TKC student ID.
All tickets will be available for pick-up at the Student Services desk from Monday, April 29th, to Thursday, May 8th.
All academic honors are based on the student’s cumulative grade point average at the end of the Fall 2013 semester because Spring semester grades are not ready in time for the May ceremony. The official transcript will reflect the actual honors earned in the Spring 2014 semester.
Graduates will receive their official diploma after the Commencement Ceremony by mail. The Registrar’s Office will collect each graduate’s forwarding address to ensure they receive their diploma.
A photo of each graduate will be taken upon receiving his or her diploma. A group photo of the Class of 2014 will be taken post-ceremony.