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One of the highlights of every academic year at Lincoln University is Graduation. This is a very special occasion, which celebrates the successful completion of your studies.
Find out about applying to graduate, your graduation options, and review the graduation preparation checklist.
Choosing to graduate 'in person' means you’ll be attending the Graduation Ceremony in Lincoln and having your degree awarded to you on 28 April 2017.
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Academic regalia must be worn if graduating at the Ceremony - find out about regalia hire, wear and return.
Find out about what to expect on the day.
Lincoln University Graduation Ceremonies are available to view online.
Find out about tickets, photos, parking and tips for your family and friends to ensure you make the most of this special day.
Information on other Graduation events: the Ball, Rā Whakamana, and Future Leaders and Sports Scholars Graduation Celebrations.
Graduation has some specific terminology and associated documents that you may not be familiar with.
Request a copy of your academic transcript.
These dates are meant as a guide so you can plan to attend the Lincoln University graduation in person.
After graduation you become part of the Lincoln global community of alumni; able to connect with other graduands, staff and former staff, and friends of Lincoln University through AlumniLinc.
For those graduates who have national or international visitors joining them to celebrate their achievements, you may find the following information useful.
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