Call for Volunteers

We are asking for 15-18 volunteers to help out on May 19th. Jobs include ushering, setup/cleanup, and busing tables. All these jobs are relatively low-duty and very fun, especially with the fact that SEAGrad is fully catered (last year, Champa Garden).

One mandatory volunteer training session will be held between May 14 and May 18 (TBD). You must be available for this one-hour, one-day training, as well as be able to volunteer on May 19th from 1 pm to 7-8pm for cleanup.

If you are interested, please reply to ! Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you all.


First SEAnior Bonding Night! Monday March 5th

The clock has just struck midnight, so that means TODAY (Monday, March 5th) is the first exciting SEAnior Bonding Night!
Fun, new friends, and FOOD awaits, and the details of the event are for you to DISCOVER tonight!
See you at Yen Vu’s house at:
2547 Ellsworth St. (Pink house on the corner of Parker & Ellsworth)
Monday, 7- 9pm!
Call/Text Yen if you have any questions: 619-600-6007
P.S. If you have not already sent in a current photo, Outreach Committee can help take care of that tomorrow, ;D.
PPS. If you can’t make it to tonight’s bonding night, we’ll have another awesome bonding night on April 5th!
SEA Grad Outreach Committee

Frequently Ask Questions

Q: But I am not Southeast Asian? Can I still apply?

A: YES!! Our graduation is not solely based on ethnicity, race or skin color; but also your hystory, your claimed identity, and your community.  In any way(s) you feel that you are or can identify with our community, please don’t let your ethnicity become a barrier.

Q: Why is the application due so soon this year compared to previous year?

A: In order to keep up with our logistical tasks, we decided to have the deadline early this year to keep things progressing more smoothly.

Q: Is February the “soft” deadline? 

A: From previously year we’ve had two deadlines, “soft” (the first) and “hard” (the final) deadline. Again, due to logistical reason, this year we will not have neither soft nor hard deadline, just one deadline, February 14th, 2012.  So please don’t wait and apply now! 🙂

Q: Will you be doing rejection this year?

A: Southeast Asian Graduation main purpose is to celebrate our community achievements, so we often do not opt out anyone who themselves identified with our mission statement and decided to be a part of this graduation.  All are welcome. However, we do hold the rights to reject the applicant if his or her  application is turned in late, incomplete, or not attending the required events. We will handle it in a case by case manner.

 Q: I cannot attend all the required events, what do I do? 

A: Please email if you have any conflict or concern, our team will try our best to reasonably accommodate your situation. From previous year, we might have you do something else if we cannot pick a better date to accommodate everyone.

If you have any more questions please email or come out to our two info sessions to directly get help!

Date: Monday, January 30th

Time: 7-8PM

Location: 175 Barrows Hall

Date: Monday, February 6th 

Time: 7-8PM

Location: To be announced. 

SEAGrad 2012 Applications Are Out!

Happy New Year Everyone!

Excited to be a part of SEAGrad but didn’t know where to sign up?  Well, the wait is over because the application is now live!




*Just a warning, this will be the first year SEAGrad will absolutely not giving an extension  aka “soft/hard deadline.” So please don’t wait!*


If you have any questions please contact: 


 SEAGrad Planning Committee

SEAGrad 2nd Committee Meeting!

Hey everyone!

Thank you all for coming to our 1st SEAGrad committee meeting! For folks that couldn’t make it, that’s ok because our 2nd SEAGrad committee meeting is on Wednesday November 16th, 2011! at 6pm in 515 Eshleman! Please bring your friends who are interested in being part of the SEAGrad Committee because we still need lots of folks!!

If you have any questions please contact us at

SEAGrad Love,


SEAGrad Infosession!

You can fall off a building, you can fall out a tree, but baby, the best way to fall... is in love with SEAGrad.

What is SEAGrad?

SEAGrad is the Southeast Asian Graduation and it was started in......wait a minute, we're not going to bore you with a long email. To keep it brief, SEAGrad is a graduation that acknowledges our graduating class’s achievements and honors the people who have supported them.  But how is this graduation different from other graduations? 

Well….Come out to our info session, and we shall tell you ! We promised it will be fun.  

When? Thursday, September 22, 7-8:30 
Where: 130 Wheeler. 
Snacks will be provided. 

Who to bring? Yourself, a friend, lover, or anyone that is interested in SEAgrad. 

If you are interested in SEAGrad in anyway please fill out the following survey (We promise not to spam/stalk you!):

SEA Grad 2012!

Stay Tuned for SEAGrad 2012!