Last Update Aug-15-2017

General Information

• Graduands are encouraged to have their family and guests arrive early for seating.


• All guests should be seated no later than ten (10) minutes prior to the start of the Procession.


• The Procession for the First Commencement will begin promptly at 7:30 a.m., and at 1:30 p.m. for the Second Commencement. The Commencements will begin at 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. respectively.


• Each prospective undergraduate candidate is allotted four (4) invitations and each graduate candidate is allotted six (6) personalized invitations for reserved seating for their guests.


• Each guest must have an invitation to enter the Gymnatorium for the Commencements.  Seating is extremely limited within the Gymnatorium; due to the anticipated large attendance, not all guests may be accommodated at that location. Seating will be on a space available  “first come-first serve”  basis until the Gymnatorium reaches its allowable capacity.


• There will be multiple remote simulcast viewing sites outside of the Gymnatorium, also on a space available “first come- first serve basis”. An invitation for these areas is not required.  Please have your additional family members and guests plan accordingly.


• Commencements will last for approximately three (3) hours.


• The ceremony includes conferral of honourary degrees and special awards.


• Please refrain from using cell phones and texting during the Commencements.  Ringing cell phones or alert signals are a distraction; even one ringing cell phone can be disruptive to the programme.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


Please note: No invitations are required for the Friday evening and Sabbath Services;  however, seating will be on a space available “first come-first serve” basis until the Gymantorium reaches its allowable capacity.  There will be multiple remote simulcast viewing sites outside of the Gymnatorium, also on a space available “first-come- first serve” basis


• Glass bottles, alcoholic beverages of any kind are prohibited and will not be permitted inside the Gymnatorium.


• Please refrain from bringing valuables the day of the event and do not leave your belongings unattended. Kindly note that Northern Caribbean University is not responsible for any loss, theft or damage to your personal property or valuables.


Food  Service  -  On Sunday only, attendees will be able to procure hot and cold beverages, fruit, water, sandwiches and snacks at the Food Service Station conveniently located close to the netball/tennis court on the greens.


• Special drop-off access will be made  available for guests with mobility impairments; please indicate in writing whether you will require this access/service  so that appropriate arrangements  can be made.



Join us for the Homecoming festivities during the weekend of October 5-8, 2017 as we celebrate with the classes of the “twos and the sevens”” – 1952, 1962, 1972, 1982, 1992 (silver anniversary) 2002, 2012 and,  1957, 1967 (golden anniversary) , 1977, 1987, 1997, 2007,  and 2017 are the honour classes for Homecoming 2017.


Come represent your class (class of 2017) and enjoy your first activity as an alumnus. Learn about our initiatives and programmes and see how we can benefit each other.


Graduation Exit Survey


Dear Graduands:

Congratulations! We celebrate this important milestone with you! Let us know how we have served you and how we can improve our services by participating in the Graduation Exit Survey. Simply click on the link sent to your personal NCU email titled “Graduation Exit Survey” and complete the survey.


“Reminder … The Records Office will be closed on the Monday following the graduation weekend.”


After Graduation

NCU Alumni Association


The Office of Alumni Relations welcomes all 2017 graduands. We are committed to fostering, improving and nurturing the quality of the relationship between the university and its alumni, with a view to increasing lasting and mutually beneficial connections between alumni and the institution.



Participation in alumni chapter activities is a fun way to meet and network with other NCU alumni and friends who want closer involvement with the university and each other. After graduation, join an alumni chapter. If there currently isn’t an alumni chapter operating in your area, we may be able to help you set up one. If you will be domiciled in the Middle and Far East or the European or Australian regions, you can become a part of an online international chapter.


The Office of Alumni Relations also collaborates with Career and Employment Services to share job and scholarship opportunities with you as soon as they become available. Share your contact details with us to facilitate the process. [Click Here]



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