Governor David Paterson could face a rowdy crowd tomorrow as he delivers the commencement address at the Bronx Community College.

We just received a media advisory indicating that teachers and students will be protesting the Governor’s proposed cuts to education at the entrance to the campus.

A press release from the group says the students and faculty “object to the governor’s proposals to cut CUNY’s budget, reduce financial aid, eliminate public accountability for tuition rates, and his attempt to furlough faculty during exam period.”

Details after the jump.

STUDENTS & PROFESSORS PROTEST PATERSON

AT BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT

Faculty, staff and students in the graduating class of 2010 will protest Governor Paterson’s policies when he delivers the commencement address at Bronx Community College (BCC) tomorrow. They object to the governor’s proposals to cut CUNY’s budget, reduce financial aid, eliminate public accountability for tuition rates, and his attempt to furlough faculty during exam period.

WHO: BCC professors, staff, students and graduates, plus their CUNY colleagues

WHAT: Protesting Gov. Paterson

WHERE: Bronx Community College pedestrian entrance on University Ave. Take the #4 train to Burnside Ave. station. Go 4 blocks west on Burnside to MLK Blvd. Turn right on MLK, which becomes University Ave.

WHEN: 9:15 AM (commencement at 10:00) — Friday, May 28

VISUALS: Grads & professors in caps and gowns wearing pro-CUNY stickers, demonstrating