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Dear ASA Graduate:

According to our records, it appears you have not picked up your cap and gown for commencement on Friday, July 19, 2019.

Please be advised that ONLY graduates dressed in cap and gown will be allowed to walk on stage at Madison Square Garden.  If you are still attending graduation, please contact Vivian Morales at vmorales@asa.edu (Brooklyn Campus) or Fatima Mukimova at fmukimova@asa.edu (Manhattan Campus) to make an appointment to pick up your cap and gown.

The last day for appointments is Monday, July 15th.  If your plans have changed, and you will not be attending the ceremony, please let us know so we can release extra guest tickets.

Thank you,
ASA College

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