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University of Phoenix - San Diego Campus
Fall 2013 Commencement Ceremonies
Saturday, November 16th, 2013

Ceremony 1 - 10:00 am
Ceremony 2 - 2:00 pm

San Diego Convention Center
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, California

Please note that this ceremony is a ticketed event. Only guests with tickets will be permitted entry into the ceremony. Graduates do not need tickets.
If you have any questions about the Graduation events please contact sandiego.commencement@phoenix.edu.

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Graduate Information

Name as you would like it announced at the Graduation Ceremony:
Please remember that this is a formal ceremony. Please do not submit slang or derogatory names.
Phonetic Pronunciation of your name:
Type in the phonetic pronunciation of your name. Please CLICK HERE for instructions.
Telephone Number*:
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Email address:freddy@test.edu
College:College of Arts & Sciences
Degree:Bachelor of Science
Second Degree:N/A
Second Major:N/A

Ceremony RSVP Information

Ceremony you are Attending:Saturday, November 16th, 2013, 10:00 a.m.
This is the ceremony you selected when submitting your application to graduate.
Number of Guest Tickets*:
Each graduate may select up to 10 guest tickets. Note: Graduates do not need a ticket. Please contact sandiego.commencement@phoenix.edu with any questions.
Number of Additional Guest Tickets Requested:
You will be notified via Email if you are awarded additional tickets you have previously requested. Please contact sandiego.commencement@phoenix.edu with any questions.
Will you, the graduate, need special accommodations during the ceremony?
Please indicate how many of your guests will require special needs assistance:
You will be notified via Email if you are awarded additional tickets you have previously requested. Please contact sandiego.commencement@phoenix.edu with any questions.

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Phonetic Pronunciation Guide

In order that your name be read properly at events, it is important that we know the correct pronunciation. Although the pronunciation of many names is obvious, some require special attention. If your name is one that is uncommon in the United States or pronounced in a special way, please use one of the methods below to help us get it right.

  1. For some names, it can be enough to know if the pronunciation comes from a particular language background, like Spanish, French, German, etc., so if you know, put the pronunciation language origin in parentheses after the name, for example (SPA) (FR) (GER), etc. So the name "Villa" could be marked "(SPA)" to suggest "VEE-yah" or (ENG) for "VIL-ah".
  2. It may be easy to give familiar words which rhyme with your name, for example, Kim Lamagna, sounds like "lasagna".
  3. For the names which are not obvious or explained using method (1) or (2), use the pronunciation key below to advise us how your name should be pronounced. You can cut and paste the special characters from the list below, and to show us which syllables are stressed, put the ACCented SYLLables in CAPital LETters.
a ape, date, play
  æ at, cat, hat
ah father, bother, odd
ee eat, meet, money
ɛ elf, bet, agent
i ice, bite, high
I is, hit, sanity
o open, tone, go
u ooze, crew
yu use, cute, few
ə up, cut, focus, again
ʊ book, look
ow out, crowd, plow
oy boy, Foyt
ər butter, word, term
sh ship, wish
zh vision, leisure, garage
ch chip, which
j gym, george, joy
k kick, cat
g go, gag
t tight, Thomas
th think, thumb, path
TH this, then, leather