Graduation: What you need to know | RMIT University

Graduation: What you need to know | RMIT University

October 17, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


Hello darlings, it’s graduation time. I’m graduating with a bachelor of bling. What are you graduating with? Masters of Civil Engineering. Oh. Graduation can be an exciting time, but it’s
not just about wearing robes and being fabulous, you know. There are a few important things you need
to know before the big day. Oh, that’s right. Should we give them the rundown? Let’s go! So firstly, there’s a whole bunch of things
you need to do before you graduate. All the information you need is on the RMIT
graduation website. But remember, you can’t just rock up. You need to apply, pay, and collect a ticket
to attend. That’s right, just like a concert. Exactly. Prior to graduation, you can collect your
ticket pack and gown from Docklands Stadium. It is a requirement that you turn up to graduation
wearing your academic dress correctly. And try not to look like a clown. On the morning of graduation, there’s a fabulous
parade where students march from Bowen St all the way down to Federation Square. It’s lots of fun. Check out the graduation website for all the
details. Well, are you coming to the stadium, girl? I’m coming! The graduation ceremony will be held at Docklands
Stadium. To get there, remember, public transport is
your friend. Oh, and stay away from the stadium car park. The traffic will be hideous. Like your makeup. Back off clown. Registration will be at your presentation
stage between two and three PM. Remember, no registration, no graduation. But how do you know where your registration
stage is? It’s on your lanyard. Oh, this thing. Stage D, Gate 7, aisle 25, row C, seat 17. Well how do you know where gate seven is? It’s over here! How do you know that? Oh. Oh come on, girl. They could have sign posted it better. Well look, we’re here. Ah, it’s amazing, check this out. Once inside the arena, after you’ve had your
photo taken and purchased your merchandise, you can find your allocated seat. Oh, there’s ours. Oh, how fabulous. During the presentation, selfies are prohibited. A professional photographer will capture the
moment for you. Do you want your photo taken doll? Oh, yes. Here you go, stand by. Smile, Vincent. Once the ceremony has come to a glorious end,
there’s gonna be a massive after party on the arena. Really? How fabulous. With a special guest performing. Oh, who is it? No, can’t say. Oh come on, is it Kylie? No. Danny? No. Oh well, who is it then? No, I’m sworn to secrecy. Now go on, just tell me. Anyway, there you have it. Graduation is an exciting time, and there’s
lots of information you need to know about the ceremony. So check out the website for all the details. We’ll see you here! Thank you, darlings, good luck. Bye. Bye. Now, it’s the girl with the, you know the
one, you know the one, the brown hair. No, I don’t. She’s got brown hair and really big lips,
and she sings that song that you do on stage. No.