Standing faculty members are cordially invited to participate in the two ceremonies marking the formal opening of the University in its 255th year.
Sunday, September 3, 1995, Irvine
Auditorium, 7 p.m.
Faculty will march in the academic procession and be seated on the stage during the ceremony. Academic costume is required; gowns can be ordered through the Office of the Secretary by completing the form at right. The procession will form at 6 p.m. in Bodek Lounge on the first floor of Houston Hall and line Locust Walk as the Class of 1999 passes through on their way to Irvine. All participants in the procession are also invited to attend a reception and buffet supper beginning at 5 p.m. in Bodek Lounge to honor volunteers in the Freshman Reading Project.
Wednesday, September 6, 1995, Auditorium
of the Annenberg School for
Communication, 3620 Walnut Street, 5 p.m.
Special seating will be available for faculty at the Welcome Assembly. (There is no academic procession for this Assembly and academic costumes are not required.) A reception and information fair for new graduate students will follow in the lobby of the Annenberg Center.
If you wish to participate in one or both of these ceremonies, please return to us the form (below) no later than Monday, July 31, 1995.
-- Office of the Secretary
Please return this form to the Office of the Secretary by fax at 898- 0103 or mail it to 133 S. 36th Street, 4th Floor/3246 no later than Monday, July 31.
Campus Address _____________________________
Campus Phone _______________________________
____ I will attend the Convocation and Opening Exercises on Sunday, September 3.
___ I will provide my own academic costume
___ I would like the Office of the Secretary to order an academic costume for me that will be delivered to Bodek Lounge in Houston Hall on September 3.
____ Height _____Weight ____ Cap Size
Highest Degree ________________________
Granting Institution __________________
____ I will attend the Welcome Assembly for New Graduate and Professional Students on Wednesday, September 6.
Tuesday, July 18, 1995
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