Commencement Ceremony - Greenbelt, MD
Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 2 pm
This ceremony serves Greenbelt and Springfield students who have completed academic requirements in May, students who finished the previous December, and students who will finish by the end of August. If you have any questions about which ceremony location or date to attend, please contact the Registrar's Office.
The deadline to apply for the May graduation cycle is February 15, 2016. A $50 late fee will be charged for applications received after this deadline.
Reid Temple AME Church
11400 Glenn Dale Boulevard
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
9:30 am - Practice - required for all graduates
11:00 - Alumni Induction Luncheon and Awards Ceremony (RSVP required)
1:15 pm - line up in for Processional
2:00 - Processional begins
Alumni Induction Luncheon and Awards Ceremony (RSVP required)
Following graduation practice, you are invited to join your fellow alums, your academic department, and your alma mater for the Alumni Induction Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. During this time, graduates will be inducted into the LBC Alumni Association, and welcomed into their respective Academic Alumni Network by their Department Chair. Graduates will also receive their honor cords, and certain awards will be given to chosen graduate. This luncheon is exclusively for graduates.
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If you have any questions about graduation or holds, please contact the Solution Center at 717.560.8254 or by email. The Solution Center is open from 8 am-5 pm Monday-Thursday and 8 am-4 pm on Friday.
Pastor Washington’s gifted preaching and teaching styles has led him to be featured several media outlets including Upscale magazine, the Washington Post, Washington Times, Bowie Gazette, PG Post, and Washington Informer newspapers, and is frequently quoted on issues related to the “mega-church” phenomena. He is the author of Identifying Conflict Management Strategies in a Black Church (Vantage Press, 1987) and a contributing author to the African American Devotional Bible (Zondervan, 1997).
Pastor Washington received his Doctor of Ministry and Master of Divinity degrees from Howard University, his Bachelor of Science degree in the behavioral and social sciences from the University of Maryland-College Park, his Associates degree from the Community College of Baltimore, and his general business degree from Cortez W. Peters Business College in Chicago.
He is the recipient of numerous civic and religious awards. Presently he chairs the Board of Examiners for the Washington Conference of the A.M.E. Church and has served the A.M.E. Church in many leadership capacities.
Pastor Washington is married to Anna Brooks Washington. They have two sons, Levon Lee and Brooks Paul Washington.