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Whitman School Graduation Checklist

Whitman School Graduation Checklist

Author’s Note: This article is written by the Whitman 2019 Class Marshalls, Rachel Melvin and Hendrik Hilpert. 

It’s almost time for graduation! Here’s a helpful checklist of tasks to complete before you walk the stage and become an alum of Syracuse University‘s Martin J. Whitman School of Management!

Checklist box File for Diploma Request on MySlice

Follow the steps below to complete your diploma request:

  • Go to myslice.ps.syr.edu
  • Sign in with your Net ID and password
  • Go to Student Services
  • Click on File Diploma Request
  • Follow the prompts

Checklist box Save the date for Whitman Convocation:

On Saturday, May 11, 2019, Whitman School graduate and undergraduate students, as well as guests, will gather at 4:00 p.m. in the Carrier Dome for the Whitman convocation. This special event provides a more personal atmosphere in which to individually recognize each and every Whitman student. Tickets are not issued nor needed for this event.

Students, please plan to arrive at the Carrier Dome between 3 – 3:15 p.m. on Saturday. Please do not plan to arrive any earlier, as another convocation will be in progress. Seating is available on two levels, including seating for mobility-impaired guests.

Checklist box Submit pictures for Whitman Convocation slideshow to:

Email your photos to pics.whitman@gmail.com. These photos are being collected by the Whitman Class Marshalls.

Checklist box Vote for Faculty of the Year:

Help select which professor receives the Faculty of the Year award by filling out this form: https://bit.ly/2Ucp0Is

Arielle Spears

Arielle served as content marketing manager for the Whitman School from 2016 - 2019. In this role, she supported Whitman’s overall marketing strategy through content development on digital channels, including websites and social media. After receiving her B.A. from Syracuse University, she went on to earn her M.S. in public relations from Syracuse’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
Arielle Spears