The Multicultural Center collaborates with numerous departments, in addition to cultural and ethnic student groups, to coordinate culturally-based graduation celebration ceremonies that complement the University’s commencement celebrations. These cultural celebrations acknowledge the value and uniqueness of underrepresented student experiences and serves to commemorate and highlight the accomplishments of individuals within their familial and cultural context.
Multicultural Graduations FAQ
When and where are the Multicultural Graduations?
People of Nia Location: UNT Union Lyceum Date: Dates will be announced in the Spring!
La Raza Location: UNT Union Lyceum Date: Dates will be announced in the Spring!
Multicultural Stole: At this time, there is not a specific ceremony for students who register for a multicultural stole.
Who can participate in the Multicultural Graduations?
Any UNT student (undergraduate or graduate) who will be graduating in Fall 2017 can participate. We provide stoles for the following groups:
- Multicultural Stoles – Asian/Pacific Islander, American Indian, Multiracial identities, etc.
- Kente Stoles (People of Nia) – African, African American, Black identities
- Serape Stoles (La Raza) – Hispanic/Latinx identities
Do I need to fill out an application/register to participate?
Yes! The registration form serves to inform the graduation committees on who to include in their programs, how many students to expect, etc. While we would like to provide a stole and celebrate every graduating senior, stoles are limited so please apply early!
Where can I find a registration form?
Registration links for both Fall and Spring graduations are located below!
Do I still need to apply for graduation with the Registrar’s Office?
Yes. This is NOT an application for graduation. It is an application for culturally-based graduation celebration ceremonies that complement the University’s commencement celebrations.
How many guests may I invite?
As many as you like!
What does it cost?
What does it cost? Nothing! It is FREE for you and your family and friends.
Who can I speak to if I have questions?
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 940.565.3424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.