Academic Regalia for UP Faculty and Staff

Academic Regalia Order Form for University Partnership Faculty and Administrators

Faculty and administrators from the University Partnership Program at LCCC are encouraged to participate in the LCCC commencement ceremony held each May. LCCC will provide rental regalia (a gown, hood, cap and tassel) for all partner university faculty and administrators who would like to march in commencement.

The LCCC Bookstore handles the ordering process for all academic regalia. If you don't already own your own regalia and wish to participate in the LCCC commencement ceremony, please take a few minutes to complete the information below.

  • Order Deadline: Friday, March 18, 2016
  • Order Pickup: You may pick up your cap and gown May 2-13 at noon in the LCCC Bookstore.
  • You will need to return your cap and gown to the LCCC Bookstore following the ceremony.

If you have questions please e-mail lkrystow@lorainccc.edu or call 440-366-4949.

 
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