For more information on the venue, visit www.minneapolisconventioncenter.com. Note: the Commencement ceremony will be recorded and posted to the Dunwoody YouTube channel as soon as the video can be processed.
Spring Countdown to Commencement (for Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 graduates)
Wednesday, April 22
10:30 a.m. for day program graduates
4:30 p.m. for evening program graduates
In the Decker Auditorium.
At Countdown to Commencement, students will receive their cap, gown, student loan exit counseling packet, guest seating tickets and detailed information about commencement.
Directions to Minneapolis Convention Center
FROM THE WEST VIA I-94
FROM THE WEST VIA I-394
FROM THE EAST VIA I-94
FROM THE SOUTH VIA I-35W
FROM THE NORTH VIA I-35W
Preferred parking ramp option – 3rd Avenue Convention Center (600) ramp. See the Minneapolis Convention Center parking ramp map for additional parking options.
Tickets are required for the commencement ceremony. Graduates will receive their guest tickets at Countdown to Commencement.
There will be no rehearsals for the commencement ceremony. Commencement team members and faculty will be prepared to guide graduates on commencement day. For further information concerning procession guidelines, please check with the Registrar’s Office.
For graduates or guests who need disability accommodations, please indicate the needs on Graduate Info form or contact the Registrar’s Office regarding accommodations.
The graduation fee is a one-time, non-refundable fee of $50.00. It defrays the costs of processing graduates for graduation, printing and mailing diplomas, printing diploma covers, the cap and gown worn at commencement, and other expenses associated with graduation.
Students must pay the one-time, non-refundable graduation fee regardless of their participation or lack of participation in the commencement ceremony. Any amounts owed on your account may result final grades, transcripts and diploma being withheld until your account is settled.
Difference Between Graduation and Commencement
Graduation is the process of being awarded a degree. To be awarded a degree, students must have a degree audit by the Registrar’s Office and meet all degree requirements.
Commencement is the congratulatory ceremony (walking across the stage) held each spring in which the attainment of a degree is recognized by the College community, friends and family.
Statement About Commencement Participation doesn’t mean degree completion and diploma
Participating in Commencement is not an indication of official graduate status.
Information about the Alumni Association can be found at www.dunwoody.edu/alumni
Questions or More Information?
Contact Beth Soberg in the Office of the Registrar at (612) 381-3094 or email@example.com.