One-stop info fair on Wednesday for Class of 2018
Annual event held 100 days prior to graduation
A. Sue Weisler
Do you plan to graduate from Rochester Institute of Technology this spring or summer? If so, plan to attend the Graduation Fair this Wednesday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the SAU Fireside Lounge.
There, prospective graduates will receive information on their cap and gown, purchase class rings and diploma frames, and even have their photos taken if desired.
Nearly 500 students typically attend the Graduation Fair, said Kerry Hughes, project and event manager.
“This event is always popular with our graduates because it offers one-stop shopping to get all the information they need about graduation and the commencement ceremonies,” she said.
Students who have completed their courses last fall, this spring or expect to this summer are eligible.
For more information, visit the Graduation Fair website.
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