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Graduation ceremonies rescheduled to this week and next

This follows the cancellation of Tuesday’s ceremony due to a “credible threat.”

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Graduation ceremonies rescheduled to this week and next

Before yesterday’s 5 p.m. graduation ceremony in the Boca Student Union, FAU decided to cancel the event and evacuate the building due to a “credible threat” found on a sticky note in a women’s restroom. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Before yesterday’s 5 p.m. graduation ceremony in the Boca Student Union, FAU decided to cancel the event and evacuate the building due to a “credible threat” found on a sticky note in a women’s restroom. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Before yesterday’s 5 p.m. graduation ceremony in the Boca Student Union, FAU decided to cancel the event and evacuate the building due to a “credible threat” found on a sticky note in a women’s restroom. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Before yesterday’s 5 p.m. graduation ceremony in the Boca Student Union, FAU decided to cancel the event and evacuate the building due to a “credible threat” found on a sticky note in a women’s restroom. Photo by Alexander Rodriguez

Cameren Boatner, News Editor

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After FAU canceled yesterday’s 5 p.m. graduation ceremony due to a “credible” threatening note, graduates will get a second chance to walk in the next two weeks.

Out-of-state and international students are invited to a rescheduled graduation ceremony this week. All other students can attend a ceremony next week, says FAU spokesperson Joshua Glanzer.

Dates, times, and locations aren’t available yet, but the tickets will be free of charge.

Any students who can’t make it to the rescheduled days will be able to walk in the December ceremonies.

The graduates affected by the cancellation will also be recognized at the Sept. 8 home football game against Air Force, Glanzer said. 

Updates will be posted on the FAU advisory page.

Check back with the University Press for updates.

Cameren Boatner is the news editor of the University Press. For information regarding this or other stories, email [email protected].

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