Marquette University College of Education Graduation Ceremony & Reception

Date: Saturday, May 17, 2014
Reception: 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be available
Ceremony: 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Pabst Theater, 144 East Wells Street (2 blocks south, then 4 blocks east of the Bradley Center)

RSVP: ONLY Graduation candidates should email Carol Stachewicz, Executive Assistant to the Dean ( with the number of guests (up to SIX)

RSVP's will be accepted beginning Monday, April 7 and must be submitted NO later than Monday, May 12

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

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Contact person for this event:

Carol Stachewicz, Executive Assistant to the Dean
telephone 414.288.7376

Timeframe for RSVP is Monday, April 7, and no later than Monday, May 12.
Carol can also be contacted for additional questions or concerns about this event.

FYI items:

The purpose of this event is to individually honor our candidates for graduation in the following areas:

This is our College ceremony, and as such, all candidates for graduation will walk across the stage beginning with the undergraduates and ending with our doctoral candidates (hooding of May doctoral candidates occurs at the university commencement ceremony).

There are no tickets for this event, but we require check-in at the door. So, we request that you adhere to the requested number of guests in order to accommodate all of our graduates. Please RSVP, as we need an accurate count of attendees in the event that someone needs to request extra seating.

All candidates for graduation should wear graduation apparel (cap and gown).

Please note that attendance at our ceremony is not mandatory.

No diplomas are distributed at our ceremony. Master’s level candidates who complete their program in May receive their diplomas after the university’s official ceremony on Sunday, May 18.

Additional information regarding Marquette University-wide graduation can be found online.


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