The ceremony is going to be October 16, 2004 in Radford, Virginia. We have decided, despite Fall Break being canceled, to still have it on Heth lawn because that's where we've both envisioned it from the beginning.

Date: October 16, 2004
Time: 3:00 PM
Place: Radford University Heth Lawn


    From 81 take exit 109 onto Route 177/Tyler Avenue
    RU campus starts at the third light.
    Go to the end of Tyler Avenue and turn right onto Main Street
    Turn right into parking lots B and C
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Time: Immediately following the ceremony
Place: Norwood Room in the Bondurant Center


    1115 East Main Street
    From parking lots B and C, turn left onto Main Street
    Park either on Main Street or in the parking lot across the street from the Bondurant Center
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About Radford University

As found on Radford University's site

Radford University was established by the General Assembly as the State Normal and Industrial School for Women in 1910 and has been in continuous session since its 1913 opening. The university became Radford State Teachers College in 1924 and was authorized to award the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1935. In 1944, the university was consolidated with the Virginia Polytechnic Institute as its Women's Division and renamed Radford College. The General Assembly severed the formal affiliation of Radford College with Virginia Tech in 1964, and an autonomous administration was established for Radford College. The college also was authorized to grant the Master of Science degree. In 1972, after almost 60 years as an all-women's college, Radford became coeducational and in 1979 was granted university status by the General Assembly.

Today, Radford University is a coeducational, comprehensive institution with undergraduate and graduate programs. In the last 25 years, enrollment has increased dramatically. Fall semester 2001 enrollment was approximately 9,100 students in on- and off-campus programs. Radford's students come from all over the Commonwealth: 41 percent from Western and Southwest, 13 percent from Northern Virginia, 14 percent from Tidewater and Southside and 16.5 percent from Richmond and Central Virginia. About 15 percent of students come from other states and 47 foreign countries.