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Georgian Court University is monitoring COVID-19 case trends. Vaccines are mandatory, and boosters are required for all students as of Fall 2022. Masks are currently required indoors due to a rise in cases. Please continue to keep a mask with you at all times.

Please see the updated Fall 2022 Policy for Students for more details.

Please regularly check GCU e-mails and https://georgian.edu/health-services/coronavirus/ for the most up-to-date information.

Congrats Class of 2022

2022 Graduate Spotlights

Rachel Pausz '22

Rachel Pausz ’22: On Course to a Fulfilling Career

r Georgian Court University Track & Field Captain Rachel Pausz ’22, but she’s all business in competition. “There’s a strategy about long-distance races and how you tackle them,” said Rachel, a Point Pleasant, New Jersey, resident. “They build mental toughness.” Rachel’s professional strategy is to become a Certified Public Account

Read Their Success Story  
Christine Clark '13, '15, '22

Christine Clark ’13, ’15, ’22:  A Life-Changing Mistake That Now Helps Students in Need

The very best mistake Christine Clark ever made led her to a career she loves. She was a high school senior completing Georgian Court University admissions paperwork. “I wanted to be an education major and also study social work.  I couldn’t find social work on the form, but I saw psychology, so I checked that box,” explains Christine. While intending to make the change later, she never did and ended up taking an Introduction to Psychology class. “From that moment, I fell in love with psychology.”

Read Their Success Story  

The Details

RSVP on your Self-Service account by March 23, 2022, that you will attend your Commencement Ceremony. Please click send confirmation e-mail after you RSVP and SAVE the e-mail!

The following are guidelines to ensure the Commencement Ceremonies are celebrated with dignity:

  • Academic attire for graduates consists of a black gown, a colored hood, and a cap with a tassel.
  • Bachelor’s-degree candidates: the tassel should be worn to the right; master’s- and doctoral-degree candidates: the tassel should be worn to the left.
  • If you are eligible to wear an academic cord, it will be given to you by the appropriate department or honor society, not the University Bookstore.
  • When choosing shoes, graduates should keep in mind that the procession walks down to the Apollo Fountain, and then up past Maria Hall on the road, and then onto the grass.
  • Nothing should be worn on your academic attire or affixed to it, such as corsages, pins, or taped messages. You will be asked to remove such items during lineup.
  • Purses and other personal items should be left with your guests; there will not be a location to secure them.
  • GCU staff will assist with your academic hood during lineup.

 

Try on and press academic attire before May 18—gowns will be wrinkled!

The undergraduate outdoor Commencement Ceremony will begin at 1:30 p.m., rain or shine. The graduate outdoor Commencement Ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m., rain or shine. However, in the event of a prediction of severe weather, such as thunderstorms, high winds, or a dangerous heat index, a contingency plan will be enacted as follows: the undergraduate ceremony (for bachelor’s-degree candidates) will be in the Wellness Center Arena at 1:30 p.m. and the graduate ceremony (for master’s-and doctoral-degree candidates) will be in the Wellness Center Arena at 5:30 p.m. Guest tickets will be required in the event of indoor ceremonies. Students will be notified by 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 17, if the severe weather contingency will be necessary.

Tickets are required to enter the Wellness Center Arena for the ceremony. Graduates do not need a ticket for themselves. Graduates who RSVP their participation on Self-Service by March 23 will be guaranteed 3 guest tickets (bachelor’s-degree candidates) or 8 guest tickets (master’s- and doctoral-degree candidates). Tickets will be sent to your e-mail from Eventbrite within two weeks of completing the RSVP form. Event day parking tickets are required for all events, regardless of weather. These will also be e-mailed to your georgian.edu address from Eventbrite within two weeks of completing the RSVP form.

Graduates are to report wearing cap, gown, and hood, to Jeffries Hall ON TIME. Graduates will be told the day of the ceremony where their line-up assignment is. Graduates who arrive after the procession has begun will be seated after the National Anthem and Invocation.

Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Students will be notified via Connect-Ed and georgian.edu at 10:00 a.m. IF the severe weather contingency plan is enacted. If no notification is made, both the undergraduate and graduate ceremonies will be held outdoors on May 18.

Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
1:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
All guests must be in their seats
1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER
ONLY
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
11:30 a.m.Arena closes
12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
Doors open for guests with tickets
Simulcasting opens for guests without tickets
Jeffries Hall
Arena
TBA
1:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
1:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
5:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
All guests must be in their seats
5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER ONLY
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
11:30 a.m.Arena closes
4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
Doors open for guests with tickets
Simulcast opens for guests without tickets
Jeffries Hall
Arena
TBA
5:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
5:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain

Special Notice:
To comply with fire code, for the Commencement Ceremonies, only guests with tickets will be permitted into the arena. Extra tickets will NOT be available. The ticketholders will be seated on the bleachers in the arena. We suggest that guests who need ample seating, or who have difficulty walking, climbing bleacher stairs, or sitting on bleacher seats view the ceremony in one of the simulcast locations.

Flowers
Flowers from the Office of Alumni Relations will be available for purchase outside the venue.
GCU is committed to our environment, especially the marine life in our community. Balloons are NOT permitted on the GCU campus. Guests who bring balloons will be required to store them in their vehicles.

Professional Photos at the Event
Ceremony photography will be provided by Island Photography. In addition to candid photos taken throughout the day, each graduate will be photographed twice—once as they receive the diploma and a portrait taken after exiting the stage. Complimentary color proofs will be e-mailed to your address as listed in Self-Service from Island Photography. GCU is NOT responsible for photo orders or delivery. All orders and inquiries should be handled through Island Photography at 800-863-0908 or islandphoto.com.

Class Rings
Representatives from Josten’s will be on campus on several spring dates.

If mispronunciation of your name is a frequent problem for you, please e-mail the phonetic pronunciation of your name to pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh by May 6.

Working graduates who need documentation of Commencement to request time off should contact the Office of Conferences and Special Events at 732-987-2263 or pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh for an official letter by May 6.

Academic Eligibility to Participate
The university holds a Commencement Ceremony in May of each year when May graduates and graduates from the preceding August and December can participate. Students who have completed all requirements for graduation are eligible to participate in the ceremony. Review all graduation requirements at https://georgian.edu/academics/registrar/graduation/.

You must apply for graduation audit (Undergraduate Application | Graduate Application) in order to have your degree conferred and to receive a diploma. A graduation audit is required, whether or not you plan to participate in the Commencement Ceremony.

Students who wish to participate in Commencement 2022 but fall under one of the following two situations may complete a Non-Graduating Request to Participate in Commencement 2022 Form: (a) lack no more than 7 credits of those required to complete their degree program, or (b) have two majors (or a major and a minor) and are lacking no more than 7 credits of those required to complete their first major degree program, and have progressed far enough in the second major or the minor that it can be reasonably expected that they will graduate in the August or December term after the Commencement Ceremony. The student MUST complete an application for graduation audit for the future term as expected. Please note that completed Request to Participate forms received by the Office of the Registrar after the April 1, 2022, deadline listed on the form will NOT be processed.

Student Accounts/Name on Diplomas
Prospective graduates who have an outstanding tuition/fees balance as of 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 16, will NOT be permitted to walk in their ceremony and will NOT receive a diploma. Contact the Office of Student Accounts at 732-987-2295, during business hours, to ensure your account is up to date.

The name on your diploma will appear exactly as reflected in Self-Service. If you wish your name to appear differently, submit a Change of Information Form and additional documents if needed, to the Office of the Registrar by May 1st. This includes the addition of a middle name.

Diplomas will be mailed directly to student’s home address as listed on the official record. Please check that this information is correct through Self-Service.

Degree Honors
For undergraduates, degree honors are awarded based on your cumulative grade point average earned at GCU. At least 60 credits must be earned at GCU in order to be eligible for degree honors. Degree honors will appear on your diploma. The required minimum GPAs are as follows:

  • Summa cum laude: 3.9
  • Magna cum laude: 3.75
  • Cum laude: 3.6

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 • 10:00 a.m. • Wellness Center
We encourage all our graduates, of all faiths, and their loved ones to attend. It is a wonderful opportunity to reflect on your academic journey at Georgian Court and to ask God’s blessing as you enter the next chapter of your life. Academic attire is not required at Mass.

Wednesday, May 18, 2022
The Commencement Ceremonies will be held on the Lakewood campus of Georgian Court University, 503 Ninth Street, Lakewood 08701. The undergraduate ceremony will be at 1:30 p.m.; the graduate ceremony will be at 5:30 p.m.

February 23
Start date to RSVP for Commencement on your Self-Service account

March 23
Deadline to respond on your Self-Service account regarding your decision to participate in Commencement, without incurring a $25 late fee

May 6
Deadline for notifying the Office of Conferences and Special Events about graduate or guest special needs accommodations at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263

Two Commencement Ceremonies will be held on the Lakewood campus, outdoors, rain or shine. The first (1:30 p.m.) will be the undergraduate ceremony and the second (5:30 p.m.) will be the graduate ceremony. However, in the event of predicted severe/dangerous weather, students would be notified by 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 17, that a contingency plan would be enacted. Both plans are outlined below.
Tickets are only required if two indoor ceremonies are necessary.

Commencement Ceremony

Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
1:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
All guests must be in their seats
1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER
ONLY
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
11:30 a.m.Arena closes
12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
Doors open for guests with tickets
Simulcasting opens for guests without tickets
Jeffries Hall
Arena
TBA
1:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
1:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
5:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
All guests must be in their seats
5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER ONLY
10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
11:30 a.m.Arena closes
4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
Doors open for guests with tickets
Simulcast opens for guests without tickets
Jeffries Hall
Arena
TBA
5:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
5:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain

Guests with tickets will go through security at the entrance. Tickets will be turned in for a hand stamp. Hand stamps will be checked at the door to the ceremony (small children and infants will be issued a sticker).
Guests must be in possession of a unique QR Code that is located on their pre-issued Eventbrite ticket. Tickets can be presented via phone or paper. To comply with occupancy restrictions outlined by the Office of the Ocean County Fire Marshal, each adult, child, and infant must have a ticket. Strollers will not be allowed in the arena.
Guest entry into the arena will be suspended for the Academic Procession and will reopen after the National Anthem and Invocation. We appreciate guest cooperation in respecting the procession, anthem, and prayer.

Guest tickets are required ONLY in the event of severe weather for both indoor ceremonies. Bachelor’s-degree candidates who RSVP their participation on Self-Service by March 23 will receive three (3) guest tickets. Master’s-degree and doctoral-degree candidates who RSVP their participation on Self-Service by March 23 will receive eight (8) guest tickets.

Guests will be subject to security checks by GCU Campus Safety and Lakewood Police officers prior to entering the Commencement venue. Air horns, fireworks, canned string, balloons, drones, and any other items that will diminish the experience for all guests and the graduates will be confiscated.

Weapons of any kind (carry permits are not recognized by the State of New Jersey) are NOT permitted on the premises.

The university attempts full compliance with ADA regulations. Trained and certified working service dogs are always welcome on our campus, however, “emotional support” and “therapy pets” are NOT permitted at public events or athletic competitions. Please visit https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm to view a summary of the law. Guests without trained and certified working service dogs will be asked to remove their animal from the campus.

Any questions or concerns should be directed to the Office of Conferences and Special Events at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263.

Parking is extremely limited, and carpooling is strongly encouraged. Each graduate will receive two (2) parking placards, which must be displayed on vehicle dashboards to park in GCU parking lots. Only those with placards will be permitted to park on GCU properties, including those with handicap license plates and hangtags. Late arrivals may be required to park off campus in the surrounding neighborhood, regardless of a placard. Entry to campus will halt when the Academic Procession begins moving from lineup to the Commencement venue. Please plan your arrival accordingly. Regular GCU hangtags will not be valid on May 18.

NOTE: Lakewood Avenue will be designated one-way going southbound, beginning at 7:30 a.m. There will be no access to the Main Entrance from North Lake Drive.

Special needs accommodations should be requested through the Office of Conferences and Special Events at 732-987-2263 or pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh by May 6.

Outdoor Ceremonies—Weather Permitting
Special needs guests will have the opportunity to be seated in a designated section, where professional nurses will be available to assist if needed. This area is located in the rear of the field, nearest roadways and emergency services.

Indoor Ceremonies—Severe Weather Conditions
Guests with special needs will be seated in an open area in the rear of the arena, where professional nurses will be available to assist if needed. Due to limited space, only the special needs guest will be seated in this area; all other guests will be in the bleachers.

Flowers
Flowers from the Office of Alumni Relations will be available for purchase outside the venue.
GCU is committed to our environment, especially the marine life in our community. Balloons are NOT permitted on the GCU campus. Guests who bring balloons will be required to store them in their vehicles.

Professional Photos at the Event
Ceremony photography will be provided by Island Photography. In addition to candid photos taken throughout the day, each graduate will be photographed twice—once as they receive the diploma and a portrait taken after exiting the stage. Complimentary color proofs will be e-mailed to your address as listed in Self-Service from Island Photography. GCU is NOT responsible for photo orders or delivery. All orders and inquiries should be handled through Island Photography at 800-863-0908 or islandphoto.com.

Class Rings
Representatives from Josten’s will be on campus on several spring dates.

Hotel accommodations are available, but you should book early and ask for the GCU corporate rate. Contact any of these establishments directly. The corporate rate is not available for online reservations.

Hilton Garden Inn
6.8 miles from GCU
1885 Route 70, Lakewood
732-262-5232

Clarion Inn at Toms River
12.2 miles from GCU
815 State Hwy. 37, Toms River
732-341-2400

Ramada Inn Toms River
4.4 miles from GCU
U.S. Hwy. 9 & State Hwy. 70, Toms River
732-905-2626

The following information was also e-mailed (@georgian.edu address) to all eligible students, on February 23, 2022.

Commencement Checklist 2022

  • RSVP FOR COMMENCEMENT ON SELF-SERVICE
    You MUST let us know whether or not you will attend the ceremony.
    It will only take a few seconds to RSVP. State your intention of participation or non-participation in Commencement through your Self-Service account by clicking on the RSVP to Commencement 2022 link in the Student Links section, beginning February 23, but NO LATER THAN March 23. You should RSVP as soon as possible. You should check the box to receive a confirmation e-mail, please save this for your records. Within two weeks of completing the RSVP form, you will receive two sets of e-tickets. One will be your tickets to Commencement, should it need to be inside the Wellness Center Arena (severe weather ONLY), and the other will be your parking pass, which will be required for any of the day’s events (Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement), regardless of whether they are outdoors or indoors. Your parking pass will be scanned upon arrival to campus. If weather is severe and the Commencement ceremony is indoors, your other tickets will be scanned upon entry to the Wellness Center Arena. Graduates in academic attire will not need tickets for Commencement. Neither graduates nor their guests will need tickets for the Baccalaureate Mass. If you miss the March 23 deadline, e-mail pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh, at which time you will be given instructions on how to proceed and a $25 late fee will be collected. Late RSVPs may not receive any guest tickets.
  • OUTSTANDING BILLS
    The fee for graduation is $169, which was included in your last tuition bill, regardless of whether or not you participate in the Commencement Ceremony. This includes the cost of your diploma, degree auditing, hood, cap and gown, and other administrative costs. Your entire student financial account must be settled with the Office of Student Accounts by May 16, 2022, for you to be able to participate. Students with outstanding accounts will NOT be permitted to walk in the ceremony.
  • COMMENCEMENT ACTIVITIES LOCATIONS/TICKETS
    Tuesday, May 17, 2022
    Students will be notified via Connect-Ed and georgian.edu by 10:00 a.m. IF the severe weather contingency plan is enacted. If no notification is made, the undergraduate and graduate Commencement Ceremonies will be held outdoors on May 18.
    Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
    10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
    12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
    1:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
    All guests must be in their seats
    1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
    3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
    Wednesday, May 18, 2022—UNDERGRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER
    ONLY
    10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
    11:30 a.m.Arena closes
    12:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
    Doors open for guests with tickets
    Simulcasting opens for guests without tickets
    Jeffries Hall
    Arena
    TBA
    1:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
    1:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
    1:30 p.m.Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
    3:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
    Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—WEATHER PERMITTING
    10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
    4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignmentsJeffries Hall
    5:10 p.m.Academic Procession to fountain begins
    All guests must be in their seats
    5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsSoccer Field
    6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain
    Wednesday, May 18, 2022—GRADUATE CEREMONY—SEVERE WEATHER ONLY
    10:00 a.m.Baccalaureate MassArena
    11:30 a.m.Arena closes
    4:30 p.m.Graduates report to line-up assignments
    Doors open for guests with tickets
    Simulcast opens for guests without tickets
    Jeffries Hall
    Arena
    TBA
    5:05 p.m.Doors close until after National Anthem & InvocationArena
    5:10 p.m.Academic Procession begins
    5:30 p.m.Graduate Commencement Ceremony beginsArena
    6:30 p.m.Light refreshmentsMansion & Apollo Fountain

    Special Notice:
    To comply with fire code, for the Commencement Ceremonies, only guests with tickets will be permitted into the arena. Extra tickets will NOT be available. The ticketholders will be seated on the bleachers in the arena.

  • BE AWARE OF CURRENT COVID-19 POLICIES BEFORE YOUR ARRIVAL AND MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING WHILE ON CAMPUS
    As the current guidelines surrounding COVID-19 are constantly changing, it is difficult to advise graduates of policies at this time. Please continue to check your Georgian Court e-mail and georgian.edu/commencement for updates surrounding the use of masks, screening tools, and other protocols. If you or any of your guests have any questions or concerns regarding this, please contact the Office of Conferences and Special Events at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263.
  • CELEBRATION OF SUCCESS—BRING YOUR GCU ID & SELF-SERVICE CONFIRMATION RECEIPT
    GCU, in cooperation with our academic attire vendor, Josten’s, will be hosting a celebration event in the Casino Auditorium. The date and details for this event are to be announced, so please monitor your GCU e-mail along with the website. This event will be a celebration of your upcoming graduation and all of your successes over the course of your academic career. The Office of Alumni Relations and many GCU alumni will welcome you. You will be able try on your academic attire before you take it home and purchase class rings and other graduation items. Your academic attire MAY NOT be available at this event if you did not RSVP by the March 23, 2022, deadline. If you can’t attend this event, the University Bookstore will have some dates with extended hours, which will be posted on the website, when you can pick up your academic attire. Commencement academic attire must be picked up in person, by the graduate herself/himself, with a current GCU student ID or state-issued ID.Students at GCU@Hazlet: Pick up your academic attire and Commencement packets at the Lakewood campus. Follow the instructions above. Students in GCU Diocese of Camden and GCU@ RCSJ-Cumberland programs: If you do not attend the Celebration of Success, your academic attire will be distributed by a faculty member at your site in the beginning of May.
  • ACADEMIC ATTIRE (CAP AND GOWN)
    Academic attire will be automatically ordered for students who respond that they will participate in the Commencement Ceremonies by March 23. If you did not RSVP by the March 23 deadline, a $25 late fee will be collected by the Office of Conferences and Special Events to place your order, beginning March 24. Your academic attire may NOT be available at the Celebration of Success if you did not RSVP by the March 23 deadline.
  • REQUEST FOR TIME OFF FROM YOUR EMPLOYER
    If you need to have the university send your employer a letter asking that you have release time from work to attend your Commencement Ceremony, please provide the Office of Conferences and Special Events (CSE) with the name, e-mail, and address of your supervisor, as well as your name and degree, by May 6, 2022. Please indicate if you will be attending the undergraduate or graduate ceremony. A signed letter will be sent directly to your supervisor, and a copy will be sent to you. Contact CSE at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263.
  • SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
    If you or a guest require special accommodations, please notify the Office of Conferences and Special Events (CSE) by May 6, 2022. The special needs guests will be attended to by GCU health care professionals. Contact CSE at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263.The university attempts full compliance with ADA regulations. Trained and certified working service dogs are always welcome on our campus, however, “emotional support” and “therapy pets” are NOT permitted at public events or athletic competitions. Please go to https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm to view a summary of the law.

Be Aware of Current COVID-19 Protocols Before Your Arrival and Maintain Social Distancing While on Campus

As the current guidelines surrounding COVID-19 are constantly changing, it is difficult to advise graduates of policies at this time. Please continue to check your Georgian Court e-mail and georgian.edu/commencement for updates surrounding the use of masks, screening tools, and other protocols. If you or any of your guests have any questions or concerns regarding this, please contact the Office of Conferences and Special Events at pbzzraprzrag@trbetvna.rqh or 732-987-2263.

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