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Near-Grads Find One-Stop Convenience at Outdoor ‘Finale’

A long line forms even before the start of Grad Finale. First and second in line (at right) are building automation technology seniors and Campus View Resident Assistants Cody A. Forke, of Gilbertsville, and Christopher J. Morrin, of Morrisville. Forke has a degree in electrical technology (’14) and Morrin graduated from heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology in 2015.
A long line forms even before the start of Grad Finale. First and second in line (at right) are building automation technology seniors and Campus View Resident Assistants Cody A. Forke, of Gilbertsville, and Christopher J. Morrin, of Morrisville. Forke has a degree in electrical technology (’14) and Morrin graduated from heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology in 2015.
A new item available in The College Store: a "Penn College Grad” baseball cap with "2016" on the back!
A new item available in The College Store: a “Penn College Grad” baseball cap with “2016” on the back!
Nathaniel E. Brown, a business administration: management concentration senior from Philadelphia, diligently fills out a poster overflowing with thanks to his many supporters.
Nathaniel E. Brown, a business administration: management concentration senior from Philadelphia, diligently fills out a poster overflowing with thanks to his many supporters.
Warding off the morning chill by the Bush Campus Center fire pit is Hamad H. Almarri, a student from Saudi Arabia anticipating his degree in heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology.
Warding off the morning chill by the Bush Campus Center fire pit is Hamad H. Almarri, a student from Saudi Arabia anticipating his degree in heating, ventilation and air conditioning design technology.
A mother-and-son graduating duo from Williamsport: Adam M. Bailey, information technology: web applications development concentration, and Wendy J. Gee, health information technology, start their celebrations early!
A mother-and-son graduating duo from Williamsport: Adam M. Bailey, information technology: web applications development concentration, and Wendy J. Gee, health information technology, start their celebrations early!

Soon-to-depart students with questions about commencement and postgraduate life – everything from the life span of student email to tickets for their big day to student loans – checked off their to-do list at Tuesday’s Grad Finale on the Bush Campus Center patio. Staff from Alumni Relations, Career Services, Financial Aid, Registrar, The College Store and Workforce Development & Continuing Education were available for the convenience of petitioned students, who could pick up commencement tickets, purchase caps and gowns, and learn more about alumni benefits at one handy location.

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