Honor Day 2013 Graduation Ceremony
Date: June 7, 2013
Location: Native American Student & Community Center - 710 SW Jackson St., Portland, OR 97201 (corner of Jackson and Broadway)
In keeping with established tradition the Native American Student Services Program (NASS) under Diversity
Multicultural Student Services (DMSS) hosts an Honor Day Graduation Ceremony for participating Native
American / Alaskan Native students completing degree requirements. Honor Day is a graduation ceremony to
recognize3 this years’ students. The event is voluntary and provides an opportunity to recognize students for their
In order to participate you must:
1. Have participated or volunteered with the Native American campus community or Native community at
large. (Examples of volunteering: UISHE,AISES, Healing Feathers, NAYA, NARA, NPAIHB, etc)
2. Meet graduation requirements by June 2013
3. Have Tribal verification which includes; descendant verification, or
demonstrate that you have participated in Native American communities.
1. Signed Honor Day agreement of participation must be submitted 60 days prior to Honor Day Ceremony –
(April 12th, 2013) Honor Day to be held June 7th, 2013.
2. Personal information (short bio) and picture for program or booklet must be submitted 30 days prior to
Honor Day by May 7, 2013.
3. Applications received after due dates will not be recognized until the following academic year in
4. All applicants must have filed an Application for Graduation as well as provide proof they have met
degree completion by the Office of Degree Verification, Admissions, Registration and Records. Spring
term 2013 graduates need to file by January 11, 2013.
Honor Day is a special celebration recognizing our Native American / Alaskan Native students who have fulfilled
their degree requirements. We look forward to sharing this special day with you, family and friends.
Dean H Azule, Coordinator
Native American Student Services and Healing Feathers