Grad Salute: Visit U of A Bookstore for Graduation Needs – University of Arkansas Newswire

Grad Salute: “We’re bringing the tradition…”
Congratulations graduates!
Staff at the U of A Bookstore would like to commend you on your momentous achievement. Your hard work has paid off, and now it is time to celebrate! They know with this semester winding down, you have a lot of things that you have to juggle. Papers, tests and preparing for your future can seem like a daunting task, but they know that if you show the same tenacity that led you to this moment, you will do great.
To help you on your journey, the U of A Bookstore has simplified the process of purchasing your cap and gown (regalia), announcements and mementos. This year our Grad Salute will be in person at the U of A Bookstore located in the Garland Center at 616 Garland Ave., Fayetteville, AR, 72701. The celebration of YOU is being held:
Monday to Thursday, Oct. 18-21 — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 22 — 9 a.m. to noon
The bookstore will have vendors to help you purchase your regalia, announcements, rings, diploma frames, get information about the alumni association and much more! For those of you who may want your cap and gown sooner, regalia is in stock now and is ready to be picked up at a time of your convenience. If you are unable to come in store to purchase it, our new and improved website cbgrad.com/school/uark is now open!
We are excited to bring the tradition to you and look forward to seeing you at Grad Salute!
The University of Arkansas Bookstore
Barnes and Noble College 8346
616 Garland Ave., Fayetteville, AR 72701
Constantina R. Scholl-Nesbitt, operations manager
University of Arkansas Bookstore
479-575-3011, [email protected]
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