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IPFW's May 2013 commencement at Memorial Coliseum, unlike the 2012 ceremony seen above, will be in the afternoon, the university announced today.

IPFW sets afternoon graduation

FORT WAYNE – The May graduation at IPFW has been moved to the afternoon to allow more time for celebration, the Fort Wayne university announced Wednesday.

The 46th annual commencement ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. May 15 at Memorial Coliseum, the announcement said.

It said that the earlier start time was made in consultation with the Indiana Purdue Student Government Association.

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