Attend the Graduation Fair on March 19 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. in the University Center and make sure you have everything you need to change your status from student to Mount Mercy alumni. Food, entertainment and prizes will be available.
The following will be available at the Graduation Fair to answer questions and provide any assistance you may need in finalizing your graduation details:
Business Office/Financial Aid
Check on any billing issues you may have so you know your diploma and transcripts won’t be held up!
This is your chance to confirm your name is spelled correctly in the graduation program – a keepsake for you and your family.
Connect with Mount Mercy’s Career Services to assist with your job search.
What can you look forward to as a member of the Mount Mercy Alumni Association? Learn about events and opportunities to stay connected with your classmates! You will also get an exclusive alumni pin that is only available at the Graduation Fair.
Provost Jan Handler will be available to ensure your name is pronounced correctly as you make your walk across the stage.
Is your final audit completed? Make sure you have turned in everything you need for your classes!
Get all your information about Commencement Weekend including information about parking downtown for the Commencement Ceremony as we go back to the US Cellular Center this year.
Will you be able to keep your Mount Mercy email address after graduation? What happens to MyCampus and MyMountMercy? Learn how to change your address with the university so we can stay in touch!
If you’re part of the nursing pinning ceremony, stop by the nursing table to confirm the spelling and pronunciation of your name.
Senior Class Gift
Senior class leadership will be available to share information about the class of 2013 gift to Mount Mercy.
A representative from Herff-Jones will be available for you to order graduation announcements, class rings, etc. Make sure you’ve ordered your graduation cap and gown, too!
Students in the Adult Accelerated Program can check to make sure they’re ready for graduation, too, and ask any questions!