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BYU Bookstore to host Grad Fair March 4-5

Brigham Young University will host the Spring 2009 Grad Fair for seniors graduating in April to order caps and gowns for commencement and convocations Wednesday and Thursday, March 4-5, on the third floor of the BYU Bookstore.

The fair will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days, and prospective graduates will be able to order their caps and gowns, graduation announcements and other accessories. Food and prizes will add to the festivities.

Basic bachelor’s regalia include a keeper gown, cap and tassel; graduate degree seekers rent their caps and gowns. Other graduation options include personalized announcements, thank-you notes and BYU rings. Three graduation packages — the Cougar Value, Cougar Classic and Cougar Premium — are also available.

Those who place their orders before March 13 at the bookstore will receive a $5 early-bird discount.

For more information, contact Adam Dyal at (801) 422-2599 or capandgown@byu.edu.

Writer: Chad Little

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