Cap and Gown Order for LCCC Students

Caps and Gowns for LCCC Graduates

All LCCC graduation candidates who have successfully completed associate degree and/or certificate of proficiency requirements since the last commencement program are encouraged to participate in this year's commencement exercise.  This year, eligible candidates who choose to march will receive a cap, gown, and tassel.  

Advance Order Not Required: Visit Commodore Books & More by noon on Friday, May 16, 2014 to pick up a cap and gown. A photo ID is required to pick up regalia.

Previously placed orders may be picked up in the Bookstore through May 16. A photo ID is required to pick up your cap and gown.

In order to facilitate the processing of cap and gown orders, the Bookstore is requesting that all candidates planning to march submit their height and weight. (Information is strictly confidential and will not be shared.) All caps are one-size-fits-all.

If you have questions please e-mail pnesbit@lorainccc.edu or call the Bookstore at 366-4055.

Graduating with Honors? 

Students graduating with honors will have that designation noted in the official program, have it announced with their name as they cross the stage, and noted on their diploma. If you are a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, you may wear honor regalia. Follow the link below to order these items:

Graduation Photos

A professional photographer will be at commencement to take graduate photos as the candidates cross the stage. Graduates will be contacted within two weeks of commencement with information about ordering these photos.

 

 
Cap and Gown Order Form
 
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