Academic Regalia for LCCC Faculty and Staff

Academic Regalia Order Form - LCCC Faculty and Staff

All full- and part-time administrators, faculty, professional/technical staff and support staff are encouraged to participate in the college’s yearly commencement ceremony held each May. The college purchases academic regalia (a gown, hood, cap and tassel) for full-time college employees and rents regalia for any part-time faculty or staff member who would like to march in commencement (Regalia rented for part-time employees must be returned to the Bookstore after Commencement).

  • Order Deadline: February 12, 2016
  • Order Pickup: You may pick up your cap and gown May 2-13 at noon in Commodore Books & More

The LCCC Bookstore handles the ordering process for all academic regalia. If you wish to participate in the Commencement Ceremony, please take a few minutes to complete the information below. If you already own your own regalia, please indicate as much below. If not, complete the form below. This includes anyone who may have gotten a new degree since the last Commencement.

 
Academic Regalia Order Form
 
 
 
 
Are you full-time or part-time? *
Are you full-time or part-time?
 
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