Graduation is happening in person Saturday, May 1, 2021
For those that can’t make it in person, we will be live streaming the event at the Central Christian College Tiger Network. We also are inviting you to submit a photo of you wearing your regalia that will be used during the ceremony. This can be done on the bottom of this page.
What will the Day Look Like?
9:15am line-up in front of Science Hall
1:30pm check-in at Wesley Black
What Should I Wear?
We recommend what you would wear to any other special non-formal event, such as a traditional church service, awards ceremony, or nice dinner (i.e. “dressy casual”). For men, this means a collared shirt and dark trousers/slacks. Women are advised to keep skirts/dresses knee-length or longer and wear comfortable shoes.
Where Can We Park?
You and your guests will be able to park in front of Science Hall (1200 South Main Street McPherson, Kansas 67460) or at the McPherson Free Methodist Church (1010 S Maple St, McPherson, KS 67460)
How Do I Get There?
The campus is located on the very south end of Main Street in McPherson, KS. If you need more detailed directions, we recommend using Google Maps (map of McPherson: http://goo.gl/maps/HdE42).
What if I can’t come in person?
We are sad that you won’t be able to join us in person and are excited to still celebrate your major accomplishment of graduating from college. We are inviting all students who can’t make it in person to submit a photo of themselves in their regalia that can be used during the ceremony. If you do not have your regalia with you it will be mailed to you. Graduates be watching for a survey coming from the academic office that will collect the information of where it needs to be sent.
Then you will be able to log on to the live stream at the Here.
What about masks?
For the safety of all involved masks or face coverings will be required for all participants and attendees.
How many people can I bring with me?
Guest seating is limited and tickets will be required. Graduates should check their email for RSVP information. Questions can be directed to the Registrar’s Office (email@example.com or 620-241-0723 x116).
Can I walk my family around the campus when I am here?
In order to protect the safety of the current campus community access to campus will be limited. You are welcome to walk around the perimeter of campus or drive through campus but the buildings will be locked and not available for tours.
Will I be able to visit with my friends and professors?
Many of the faculty and staff are planning on attending graduation and will be available to talk with. However, social distancing will be required throughout the event.