[nabs-l] Walking at Graduation

Beth thebluesisloose at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 02:51:22 UTC 2008


I sat at one side of the stage during my junior college graduation,
then walked across the stage to sit at another side of the stage in a
chair located there.  I think the disabilities office helped with
that.  I don't see why you couldn't just call the registrar's office
and arrange for a guide and a special place to sit.  Good ideas,
Harry.Beth

On 12/10/08, Harry Hogue <harryhogue at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
>
> I wanted to get everyone's advice before I call the registrar's office to
> make arrangements for a guide.
>
> I'm graduating this Saturday, and am not sure what to do about walking
> across the stage to the person to get my diploma, etc.  What have you guys
> done who have graduated?  As I understand it you walk up  a ramp, to the
> person, shake hands with him an who ever else is there, and walk down the
> other side.  Thoughts?
>
> P.S.  Disability SErvices said they don't have anything set up, but that the
> student just calls the registrar's office and arranges for a guide if they
> wish.
>
> Harry
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