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Contact: Marc S. Posner

Updated: May 25, 2011

Phone: 714-484-7006

Location: Public Information Office, CCCPLX-305



2011 Graduation Central

Cypress College 44th Commencement — May 26, 2011

Cypress College held it's 44th Commencement on May 26, 2011 in the Gateway Plaza. The Class of 2011 is comprised of 859 students who received a total of 909 associate's degrees. More than 300 students participated in the graduation ceremony.

Check out our blog for a little more coverage from the event.

Photographs and video (see below) are now online. The 288 images in the gallery were taken from the work of students Eric Book and Sunny Magdaug, along with employees Grace Suphamark and Marc Posner. The team produced a whopping 1,672 images from the graduation ceremony.

Click here to view the gallery.

Graduates who are pictured in the gallery may contact the Public Information Office if they are interested in receiving a printable version of the photograph(s) in which they appear.

Individual photographs of graduates, taken as they received their diplomas, will be made available through University Photo this summer. Additional information about these pictures is available in the graduation brochure that was sent to all graduates.


Cypress College presented a live broadcast of the 44th commencement. You can find the archived USTREAM feed by clicking here or by launching the player below.


View the 2010 Graudation Central page for photos, videos and more.


News and Events

Welcome to the News and Events section of the Cypress College website.

There are a variety of sources for news about Cypress College. The links below will help you learn the latest about the campus.

  • The Cypress College News Section offers the latest information from the college.
  • @Cypress is the internal campus newsletter from Cypress College President Michael J. Kasler. @Cypress is generally published on a weekly basis during the semester.
  • The News Archive link provides a look at all campus headlines, past and present.
  • You can also subscribe to news feeds (also known as RSS feeds) for the college headlines and for the college calendar of events.
  • Want more? Check out the links to our Twitter, Facebook and YouTube sites on our "Social Media" page.