By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– Cal State San Bernardino will celebrate its 18th December commencement with three graduation ceremonies at the university’s 3,200-seat Coussoulis Arena on Saturday, Dec. 8.
This year, of the more than 2,410 students eligible to graduate in December, about 1,235 are expected to participate in the ceremonies.
The first ceremony will be at 9 a.m. for the College of Arts & Letters, the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration and the College of Education. The second ceremony will be at 1 p.m. for the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences. The third and final ceremony will begin at 5 p.m. for the College of Natural Sciences.
This year the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences has the most students (412) registered to participate in the fall ceremony, followed by the Brown College (323), the College of Natural Sciences (252), the College of Arts & Letters (203), and the College of Education (27).
Overflow seating will be available in three locations: the Health and Physical Education Building, room 124; the College of Education, room 105; and the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration, room 102. Guests will be able to watch the ceremonies live via television.
The commencement ceremonies also will be webcast live at the CSUSB homepage at csusb.edu.
Parking on campus for the ceremonies will be complimentary. For the 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ceremonies, parking will be available in Lot N. For the 1 p.m. ceremony, parking will be available in Lots G/H. Parking for the disabled will be available in Parking Structure East for all three ceremonies. Due to ongoing construction in the parking lots, trams will not be available for commencement. Visitors can learn more on the “Parking, Shuttles and Directions” webpage
The December commencement has grown in popularity especially with out-of-state and international students who have completed their studies in the fall and are likely unable to return for the traditional June graduation, which usually averages about 3,000 graduating students.
For more information about the ceremonies, visit the Commencement webpage.