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If you are graduating on May 13 and you need disability access to participate
in the ceremony at 10:00 in Stegeman Coliseum (moving in the procession and across the stage), please contact Krista Haynes at email@example.com as soon as
The Information below for spectators with a disability is available at
"Parking and Entrance for Disabled and Elderly Visitors:
Guests who are wheelchair-bound or who have physical limitations may be dropped off on Sanford Drive. In addition, free parking is available in Hoke Smith parking lot next to the coliseum or in the Carlton Street deck behind the coliseum, which is within a very short walking distance.
Limited special seating is available in Stegeman Coliseum. No tickets are required for disability seating; therefore, it is suggested that the disabled and elderly arrive early to ensure the best seating and nearby parking. Arch Society members in dark suits act as marshals for the ceremony and can assist in directing disabled visitors to seating. There is room for one companion to sit with a disabled guest.