iGrad

Information for Graduates

  • Eligibility

    The commencement ceremony for iGrad students is held together with Green River College (GRC).

    All iGrad students who completed the following during the 2018-2019 school year can participate:

    • High School Equivalency Diploma (GED)
    • Kent School District Diploma
    • Industry certifications
    • Washington State Diploma
    • Associates Degree

    Steps to Participate

    Students who are eligible to participate in the 2019 graduation ceremony must complete the following steps.

    Step One: Let Us Know

    Call iGrad at (253) 373-4723 by May 31 to let us know you intend to participate in the graduation ceremony.

    Step Two: Pick Up a Graduation Card

    Visit iGrad after June 3 to pick up a graduation card and free iGrad tassel. A graduation card is required to purchase a cap and gown from Green River College in step three.

    Step 3: Obtain a Cap, Gown, & Tassel

    Option 1: Pay for One at Green River College

    Purchase a graduation cap, gown, and tassel to keep at the Green River College bookstore for $26.00 plus tax.

    The Paper Tree Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Mel Lindbloom Student Union at the GRC Main Campus, 12401 SE 320th St, Auburn.

    Option 2: Borrow One for Free from iGrad

    Visit iGrad to borrow a cap and gown at no cost. Provide your height so we can ensure we have a gown that will fit. If we don’t have one that fits, we would

    Borrowed gowns are due back to iGrad on the first school day after the graduation ceremony.

    Graduation Rehearsal

    Graduates are invited to attend one of two graduation information sessions at Green River College on Tuesday, June 11.

    Ceremony Information

    • Arrive at between 5:00-6:00 p.m.
    • Enter through the loading dock in the back of ShoWare and pick up your graduation card to give to the person calling names during the ceremony.
    • Participate in the iGrad class photo at 6:00 p.m.
    • Line up for the ceremony at 6:30 p.m
Last Modified on June 11, 2019