Commencement Legacy Program
Introducing Clarke University’s Commencement Legacy Program
Any student who has at least one parent, grandparent, sibling or spouse who is a graduate of Clarke University (undergraduate or graduate program) is considered to be a legacy.
What is the Clarke Commencement Legacy Program?
Alumni and students are the most important people in the Clarke community and the Commencement Legacy Program is designed to honor them as well as encourage their family to become part of the university’s proud commencement tradition. To celebrate this new Commencement Legacy Program Clarke will recognize families for making Clarke education part of their family tradition. This Legacy is offered to encourage the Clarke spirit in students who are children, grandchildren, siblings or spouse of Clarke graduates. Generations of families have passed on the Clarke education tradition to their children, grandchildren, siblings and spouse and we want to help celebrate this special relationship by providing a blue/gold cord to the Legacy Graduates of 2013. Cords will provided at commencement practice on Friday, May 10th. Legacy buttons will also be provided at practice for the spouse, parent, grandparent, sibling to wear the day of commencement.
Are you a Clarke legacy?
If you are a Clarke 2013 graduate (December 2012,May or August 2013) and have a parent, grandparent, sibling or spouse who has graduated from Clarke, please complete a Legacy Profile Form and notification will be provided to you regarding the blue and gold Legacy cords to be worn at Baccalaureate and Commencement on May 11, 2013. Please respond by Monday, April 22th.
Click here to complete a Legacy Profile Form.