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Taylor was a two-year “honor” student athlete at the College of Alameda in 2013 and 2014 and will receive her AA degree this coming May. She was also named to the 2014 Bay Valley All-Conference First Team, the 2014 Cougar MVP, and team co-captain.
College of Alameda Gymnasium
May 22nd at 3:00
Congratulations graduates of 2015!! This page is dedicated to help you plan for this special day with your family and friends. Obtaining your Associate degree and/or certificate is an accomplishment that merits a celebration. Faculty, staff, and administration are excited to celebrate this important accomplishment along with your family and friends. Graduation will take place in the College of Alameda Gymnasium on May 22nd at 3:00.
Cap and Gown
Cap and gown is mandatory for all students participating in the graduation ceremony. You can obtain your cap and gown at the College of Alameda bookstore starting on April 27, 2015. The purchase of the cap and gown is $37 each and includes cap, gown, and tassel.
Rehearsal for the commencement ceremony will take place on Thursday, May 21 at 3:00 pm. Please go to D119 to begin the rehearsal. Please make sure to be in attendance and arrive on time.
There is ample seating in the College of Alameda Gymnasium to accommodate all graduates and families. No tickets are required to attend the graduation ceremony.
Graduates are to arrive 90 minutes before the start of the graduation ceremony. Students are to check in at the F building. When checking in, you will receive a reader card that will include your name and major. Make sure to hand this card to the name announcer when you cross the stage at the ceremony.
American Sign Language interpreters will be interpreting the entire ceremony. If guests have other needs requiring accommodation please contact Dr. Luis Escobar at (510) 748-2327 five days prior to the commencement ceremony. Parking for individuals with disabilities is available on campus.
A reception sponsored by the Associated Students of College of Alameda (ASCOA) will follow immediately after the graduation ceremony in the F building. All graduates, family, and friends are welcome to attend. Refreshments and cake will be served.
Professional photography services will be provided by Gradimages at the Graduation Ceremony. Graduates will receive a free proof via email and will be given the option to purchase. Graduates are not required to purchase.
On April 29th from 11-1 in the quad come and learn all there is to know about preparing for Graduation. Representatives will be here for class rings, cap and gown information, invitation announcements, and much more! Enjoy live music and free food while you prepare for graduation!
Any questions please feel free to call 510-748-2327 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward in celebrating the special day with you, family, and friends!
The Lecture Series kicks off on April 8th from 12-1:30 in the Pitt of the F building with Dr. Jeff Duncan-Andrade. He is an Associate Professor of Raza Studies and Education at San Francisco State University and Director of the Educational Equity Initiative at the Institute for Sustainable Economic, Educational, and Environmental Design (ISEEED). He recently completed two books, The Art of Critical Pedagogy: Possibilities for Moving from Theory to Practice in Urban Schools and What a Coach Can Teach a Teacher. These books focus on effective pedagogical strategies for urban schools.
Contact Luis Escobar, Director of Student Activities and Campus Life
510-748-2327 ~ email@example.com
College of Alameda’s Auto Body and Paint Department won 1st place at the 16th annual Toys for Tots Model Truck Competition! Congratulations to our Auto Body students, instructors and staff!
Certificates, Degrees, and Licenses
Certificates of Achievement – You can choose a path in either Airframe or Powerplant mechanics, and will receive a Certificate of Achievement in your pathway when you have passed all of the course requirements.
A.S. Degree – Students can graduate with an A.S. in Aviation Maintenance Technology with the completion of the General Education coursework in addition to the AMT coursework.
FAA Licenses – The courses are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration and will also prepare you to take the FAA exams. Passing the coursework and the appropriate exams will qualify you for an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic License as well as a General Radiotelephone License.
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