Your accomplishment is a personal milestone and provides the opportunity to move powerfully towards fulfilling your dreams.
As the Acting Registrar, I have met many of you either at registration or in the office.
MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 6.30PM TUESDAY NOVEMBER 36 PM ■oe.uo«ri-oi«nwenwm • cmomommhv i»* «ec*u . We hope you will continue to rely on the College to help you realize your personal and career aspirations. Lynch President / / Message to Graduates, 1997 From: Basil Wilson, Provost and Academic Vice President One of the great strengths of American civilization is the variegated nature of he higher education system.
£esudt S: Owe Graduation — Sv/ednesday, June 4, 1997 at tfte tdeatei L ofo Madisc Squane Gaiiden L£1 Me Stploi K . " JJC Players Present CONCEIVED A DIRECTED WILFREDO MEDINA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 20 PM THURSOAy NOVEMBER 2t PM FRIDAY ►JOVEM8ER 22 PM. We wish you a future filled- with success, good health, happiness and professional fulfillment.
Your John Jay College experience gave you opportunities to strengthen your weaknesses, to discover interests and talents you may not have been aware of, as well as bring into focus the potential for a productive and rewarding future. " My advice is simply to urge you to win that race.
Take this time to recognize your ac- complishments. Whatever you choose to do in your life, do it well and with great compassion. Vice President for Student Development To the graduating class of 1997, I congratulate you and offer my sincere best wishes for your future success.
Indeed, your future will always reflect the impressions your years at John Jay College have made.
Take full advantage of the College's Alumni Association to network with pro- fessionals in your chosen field. w&s conducted | Senioi L f^ep Jie Sentati Ue osteon Toiuies and Studen Council Se CAetciiiy, (Jecwboofe Sditoi L &i(ea Lossi Ih agenda discussed was j\. Faculty Dining Room Join Tom Feelings as he talks about his new book The Middle Passage: White Ships Black Cargo Spuumtlhy: Ihi thvisitm of Studt M liivrlopmtm A lh* Siuiitm Covtrtmunl John Jay College of Criminal Juillci Lo Myoii De. Haying a central role in the education of a new generation of New Yorkers is The City University of New York where there are more than two hundred housand students enrolled. conu-t tmsr u»b THE JOHN J AY THEATRE 899 TENTH AVENUE FREE ADMISSION Wednesday, November 13, 1996 p.m. Consider joining our Alumni Association in order to stay in touch with classmates and professors, to network with other alumni who are working in your field of interest, and to help your fellow students who will follow in your footsteps. New York City is blessed with outstanding miversities, such as Columbia University and New York University, which mable its citizenry to acquire the skills necessary to compete in a highly echnical world. Use your creativity, intelligence, and passion to bring about a new world, a world that brings excellence and caring to human endeavor. Your professors, classmates and those who will follow in your footsteps will always be a resource to you. You have achieved one of the important goals in your life and should )e proud of your efforts. It is my wish that you maintain the ties you have made here and remain a vital member of the John Jay community as an alumnus. It is a proud and joyous achievement that we celebrate. With this accomplishment comes, also, a 'esponsibility to continue to grow in learning and understanding, to Work to the full extent of your energies and intelligence, and to give vhat you can to help those less fortunate than you.