(KGTV) – San Diego City and Palomar Colleges' commencement ceremonies are on Friday, May 25 at 5:00 p.m. in two locations, Cal State San Marcos and Balboa Park.
More than 500 graduates ranging from 17 to 70 years-old, including over 150 active duty or veteran military personnel will be in attending the SDCC's commencements.
Graduates will receive approximately 1,400 associate degrees and nearly 450 certificates.
San Diego City College
Outdoor Organ Pavilion, Balboa Park
Full a complete list of the day's activities visit their website.
Practice Football Field
The Palomar graduation ceremony will take place irregardless of weather conditions, and you should wear appropriate clothing/shoes for walking on the grass field, which could be wet.
No tickets are not required for attendance and guest seating is on a first come, first basis; students and faculty have reserved designated seating areas. Ceremony parking is free, also.
Handicapped guests may enter at the main campus entrance, and Campus Police will direct them to parking lots 1 or 2 for easy access to the ceremony.
There will also be reserved seating for deaf guests, hard of hearing guests, and wheelchair users available; additionally interpreters will be present during the ceremony.
The Sprinter and Breeze Bus stops in front of the main campus entrance on Mission Road.
Professional photographers will be on-site taking pictures of students, which will be available for online purchase.
After the ceremony, graduates and guests are able to take pictures with their own equipment at the commemorative photo areas near the reception area (east end of the field).
Here is a campus map to guide you while navigating to the commencement.