ORDER ANNOUNCMENTS AND CLASS RINGS [On-Site Ordering March 3-4]
|Basic Rental Cap & Gown
(Includes "keeper" cap and degree tassel)
(BYU Store, Mar 8-Apr 4)
(Pre-order online by Mar 7)
|Bachelor - (dark navy blue rental gown)
|Master - (black rental gown, hood)
|Doctor - (black rental gown, hood)
|Cap & Gown distribution (pick-up)
• BYU Store, Lower Level, April 21 (pre-order, priority pick-up only), 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
• BYU Store, Lower Level, April 22-24 (all others), 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Cap & Gown collection (return)
• BYU Store, Lower Level, April 23-25, 2014, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Free BYU Alumni T-shirt Offer
Return your "rental" gown (and hood) to the BYU Store, Friday April 24, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and receive a free BYU Alumni T-shirt ($9.99 retail value). Limited quantity and sizes available while supplies last. This is a limited time offer on Friday, April 24, 2014. Additional T-shirts will be available for purchase.
• Please return rental gowns and hoods to the BYU Store lower level no later than
Noon Saturday, April 25
How to Wear My Cap and "Rental Gown"
Why Walk At Graduation?
Graduating from Brigham Young University is a significant accomplishment. BYU honors its new graduates at commencement and convocation where you are officially welcomed to join an alumni family that is more than 290,000 strong. Take the time to honor your family, reflect on your personal achievements, and participate in the BYU graduation experience.
Herff Jones: Howard Byrd email@example.com Are you interested in purchasing academic regalia?
BYU Store: http://byubookstore.com/graduation or 801-422-2400
BYU Caps and Gowns (Alumni Relations): firstname.lastname@example.org
BYU Graduation Information: http://graduation.byu.edu
Did You Know?
An "alumnus" is a male graduate or former student of a school, college, or university, while an "alumna" is a female graduate or former student. Since the word is derived from Latin, there are male and female plural forms: "alumni" (more than one male) and "alumnae" (more than one female), but "alumni" is also used when referring to both the alumni and alumnae of a coeducational institution.
Man: "I am a BYU alumnus."
Woman: "I am a BYU alumna."
Together: "We are BYU alumni."
Advice to BYU graduates: Use the terms often, correctly, and with pride.