Pacific Islander Graduation Celebration & LUAU
The Pacific Islanders Association and the Division of Student Affairs invite you to join them as they celebrate the academic accomplishments of all Pacific Islander students at CSULB.
|When||Postponed. Date and time TBD.
Doors Open for Guests at 6:15 PM
|Location||University Student Union - Ballrooms
|Cost to Participate||
Graduates and two guests are admitted free to the Celebration & Luau. Graduates must purchase tickets for additional guests at $10 each ticket.
If you are not graduating and want to purchase guest tickets, please click here.
You must complete the online registration all at once in order for your registration to be submitted.
Two payment options:
|Participants Will Receive||
|ADA Accommodations||To request ADA accommodations, please communicate your needs to the Bob Murphy Access Center (BMAC: Student Success Center (SSC), Room 110) at (562) 985-5401.|
Participants are expected to engage in responsible behaviors that reflect well upon the university, to be civil to one another and to others in the campus community, and to contribute positively to student and university life. Therefore, the following behaviors is subject to disciplinary consequences:
|Deadline||Register and pay by Postponed. Date and time TBD.. Your space is not guaranteed until payment has been made online or at ASBO and recorded at SLD.|
About the Pacific Islander Association
The CSULB Pacific Islander Association has been an active organization at CSULB for many years. The goal of the club is to create an environment that allows for encouragement and fellowship within higher education for students of Pacific Islander decent and those who have interest in the Pacific Islander culture. Some of the events they organize include a High school Outreach, a day-long series of workshops to encourage the importance of higher education for high school students from the local Long Beach community attend; a Luau, a traditional Hawaiian dinner and show; and a May Day celebration that observes the "aloha" spirit. This year they began a new tradition and had a Film Festival that displayed an array of independent films that pertained to different aspects of the Pacific Islands and its people. Through these various events they are able raise awareness and stir interest about the Polynesian culture, people, and traditions.