School of Continuing and Professional Studies (formerly CCEDL) Graduation
Saturday, May 18, 2013 4 p.m.
Location: Leffler Chapel and Performing Arts Center
A reception will follow by Lake Placida.
Tickets are required. Each graduate will be issued five (5) tickets to the ceremony. The tickets will be mailed to your home in late April. Extra tickets are available ONLY through other students who do not need five tickets. There are NO EXTRA TICKETS.
May 15, 2013 from 5:00-7:30 p.m.
Leffler Chapel and Performing Arts Center
There will be a Commencement rehearsal on Wednesday, May 15 at Leffler Chapel and Performance Center. You are strongly encouraged to attend. If you have class that evening, it is understood that you cannot be there. There will be a mini-fair prior to rehearsal where graduates can check out items from the College Store, connect with Career Services and Financial Aid, and sign up to become part of the Elizabethtown College alumni network.
- 5:00-6:00 p.m. - Mini-Fair
- 6:00-7:30 p.m. - Rehearsal
The official graduation invitation will be mailed to you in the beginning of April.
- Parking will be at a premium on and near campus. Campus Security will be directing traffic on campus.
- Photos by Island Photography – visit the Island Photography website at http://orders.islandphoto.com/Apps/RegisterGraduates.aspx for information.
- A reception immediately follows the ceremony.
- FLOWERS: half-dozen roses with greens and colorful wrapping ($20), a dozen roses with greens and wrapping ($30).
- Flowers available at 3 p.m. just prior to the beginning of the Commencement ceremony in the lobby. Quantities are limited, so plan to get your flowers early. Sorry, no advance orders.
Jeffrey B. Miller,
Vice President & Chief Security Officer, National Football League
As the Chief Security Officer for the National Football League, he oversees all facets of security for the league including all investigative programs and services, event security (including Super Bowl and International Series), Game Integrity Program, executive protection, the Stadium Security Program, the Fan Conduct Initiative and the Fair Competition Initiative. He collaborates with law enforcement professionals both within the United States and abroad in working to secure NFL fans, players and venues.
Prior to accepting a position with the NFL, he completed a 24-year career with the Pennsylvania State Police, retiring in 2008 as Commissioner. He served for nearly six years as the 18th Commissioner of the department, overseeing a complement of over 6,000 enlisted and civilian personnel and a budget of $800 million dollars. As a cabinet secretary, he was responsible for implementing crime and crash reduction strategies, anti-terrorism efforts, and general policing practices including emergency response in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania.
He holds an Associate Degree from the University of South Florida, a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from Elizabethtown College, and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the Pennsylvania State University. He is also a graduate of the 194th Session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, as well as the 27th Session of the FBI National Executive Institute. He has completed a number of executive education training programs including the Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University, and an Executive Leadership Forum at Stanford University. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of the Pennsylvania State University as well as an Alumni Fellow of the school.