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BYU Bookstore to host Graduation Fair Aug. 14-16

Brigham Young University’s August 2007 graduates are invited to attend a Graduation Fair Tuesday through Thursday, Aug. 14-16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in 3280 and 3290 Wilkinson Student Center.

The BYU Bookstore and the BYU Alumni Association are jointly sponsoring the event, which will provide graduates with one central location to meet all of their graduation needs. Attendees can have their caps and gowns fitted on site, order graduation announcements, diploma frames and other BYU memorabilia, and receive alumni information. 

In addition, a professional photographer will be on hand to take no-obligation photos of graduates and their families. Refreshments will be provided to all attending graduates.

Each graduate who picks up a cap and gown on the first day of the fair will receive a $10 BYU Bookstore gift card.

For more information, contact the Alumni Association at (801) 422-4663.

Writer: Aaron Searle

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