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In-Person Graduation Ceremony Plan for Master’s Candidates
Georgia State University will host an in-person ceremony for master’s-degree candidates from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, College of Arts & Sciences, College of the Arts, College of Education & Human Development, J. Mack Robinson College of Business and the School of Public Health.
The ceremony will be held Thursday, May 13 at 9 a.m.
Friday, May 14 is being held as an inclement weather date.
To attend the in-person ceremony at Center Parc Stadium, RSVP at gsu.marchingorder.com by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, April 2. The final schedule of ceremonies will be released April 5.
Graduates will be individually recognized at the ceremony in the stadium stands with their guests and will not cross the stage.
Graduates will have the option to upload a photo and personalized message for display on the Jumbotron when their names are announced. Graduates who do not RSVP by April 2 will not be individually recognized during the ceremony.
Though not required for ceremony participation, regalia can be purchased at herff.ly/georgiastate. The deadline to order regalia is Friday, April 2 at 11:59 p.m. [The website will close for maintenance at 12:00 a.m. on March 27 and reopen Monday, March 29.]
Georgia State recognizes how important and meaningful this accomplishment is, and we look forward to celebrating with you in May.
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Like your family and friends, I am very proud of your accomplishments. You worked hard to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to get admitted to one of our programs. You are now ready to start applying your expertise to working-world problems – ones that will test not only your skill but your resolve.
As dean of this college, I extend to each of you our continuing support to help you achieve your goals and take your opportunity to move lives forward. Attend alumni gatherings, become involved, visit your favorite professors and colleagues the next time you are downtown and, most important, ask us for help. We've put our hopes and energy into making you a talented professional. We'll certainly be there to assist you to become an even higher-performing one.
Best wishes for your personal and professional endeavors,
Richard D. Phillips
Graduation is just the beginning of your relationship with Robinson. We hope you’ll keep in touch. Be sure to take advantage of the Career Advancement Center services available to you as a recent Robinson graduate. You can participate in programming and events offered through Georgia State’s Alumni Association as well. If you’d like to reach out to Robinson’s alumni office, contact Amanda Pinney, assistant director of development, at email@example.com.