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Posted on Mar 16, 2018 by Will Johnson

Class of 2018 SRHT Graduates….We want to hear from you!

Graduation is almost here and what better way to leave your mark than to share about your time as a Mason Patriot during your Degree Celebration! Tell us about your experiences at Mason and you'll be heard during the procession at the 2018 Degree Celebration! Not sure what you’d want to say? Consider talking about:

  • Memorable experiences in your classes
  • Lessons you learned through activities or internships
  • Give a shutout to someone who inspired/helped you
  • Talk about your accomplishments or your next steps
  • Thank your faculty

There are three recording sessions to choose from, and if you cannot meet on campus, you can always record a 20 second or less blurb and email it to bquiles@gmu.edu

Monday, April 2 and Wednesday, April 4

2300 Thompson Hall, Fairfax Campus

12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Thursday, April 5

RHT Suite, Bull Run Hall, Sci-Tech Campus

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Lastly, don’t be left out by not contributing because students who do a voiceover AND submit a speech to be the SRHT Degree Celebration student speaker, you will be put into a raffle for a George Mason Prize!