FAQ: 2020 Graduation

As graduation approaches once again, here are some of the most common questions we get.

How much does a yearbook cost?

Graduating seniors receive their yearbooks free of charge.

I’m graduating this spring, where can I get my yearbook?

More information regarding 2019-2020 Yearbook distribution will be made available soon.

I’m graduating in December/Summer, which yearbook do I get?

If you are graduating in December or during the summer, you should pick up the book that your senior photo was featured in. If you did not have a senior portrait taken, but still wish to get your yearbook, you may pick up the yearbook from the year that you feel most connected to through your respective school or college.

Who gets a yearbook?

Only a specified number of books are produced and ordered, so they are obtained on a first-come, first-serve basis from your respective school or college. There is no need to order or reserve a yearbook; yearbooks are automatically distributed to each school/college within the University. It is the senior’s responsibility to obtain their yearbook.

How can I be in the yearbook?

We have photographers taking pictures at numerous events on campus and around the city. However, the best way to know that you will be in the yearbook is to have your senior portrait taken by Prestige by Lifetouch starting in the summer prior to your graduating year.  

Note: If you have not taken your senior portrait with Prestige by December of your graduating year, you will not make the publication deadline to be in that year’s book. To contact Prestige, please call Scheduling Manager Mary Ellen Dougherty at 1-800-334-1531, ext. 2190 or email her at mdougherty@lifetouch.com.

I graduated a few years ago. Do you keep any older yearbooks, and can I pick one up?

Yes! Our archives extend back to the 1930s. If you would like to pick an older book up, please contact our editor-in-chief and ask about picking up a copy. We cannot guarantee to have yearbooks from every year, but we look forward to hearing you and doing our best to accommodate your request. If you are not able to come to campus, please contact our editor to make arrangements.