Cal U Commencement 2013
California University of Pennsylvania awarded nearly 1,300 undergraduate and graduate degrees during its 176th Commencement ceremonies May 17-18. Here's how graduates and their families remembered one of Cal U's favorite traditions.
Graduate Commencement kicks-off the weekend celebration on May 17 at the Convocation Center.
— Kelsey Wertz (@kelswertz) May 17, 2013
— Cal U of PA (@CalUofPA) May 17, 2013
As the master's degree candidates walk across the stage to accept their diplomas, undergraduates prepare for the next morning. Students arrive on campus around 8 a.m. May 18 and start their procession to the Convocation Center at 10 a.m.
Looking forward to graduating from Cal-U today!! #calucomm— Louis Speroni (@maelstorm1226) May 18, 2013
Mark Camillo, Class of 1976, adresses bachelor’s and associate degree candidates. A law enforcement and security professional who specializes in emergency preparedness operations, he is credited with directing the security operations of some of the most critical infrastructures in the world.
Speaker Mark Camillo '76 to grads: Don't take anything for granted ... There is a right career for you, but you have to go get it. #calucomm— Cal U of PA (@CalUofPA) May 18, 2013
"After you take your graduating victory lap, GET BUSY." #calucomm wise words by Mark Camillo— MarshMallow-ry (@CallMe_DrRed) May 18, 2013
Officially a college graduate! ������ #calucomm— Danielle Elizabeth (@daniellet0305) May 18, 2011
— Brandi Valerio (@B_Val23) May 18, 2013