11:00 a.m. Doors Open
11:30 a.m. Graduates report to Lot 4B
12:20 p.m. Procession Begins
1:00 p.m. Ceremony Begins
The following colleges and schools will hold individual ceremonies May 22-24, 2019. Click on column headers to sort by school/college, date, time or location. Hyperlinked departments lead to further information on respective commencement ceremonies.
|School or College||Department||Time||Location|
|Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of||3:00 PM (5/23)||Reckord Armory|
|Architecture, Planning and Preservation, School of||9:00 AM (5/24)||The Clarice - Dekelboum Concert Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Art, Department of||1:30 PM (5/23)||The Clarice - Kay Theatre|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Art History, Department of||9:00 AM (5/23)||The Clarice - Gildenhorn Recital Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||American Studies and Women's Studies, Departments of||3:00 PM (5/23)||Memorial Chapel|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Classics, Department of||9:00 AM (5/23)||The Clarice - Gildenhorn Recital Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Communication, Department of||6:30 PM (5/23)||Reckord Armory|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||English and Comparative Literature||1:30 PM (5/23)||Ritchie Coliseum|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||History, Jewish Studies, and Philosophy, Departments of||9:00 AM (5/23)||Memorial Chapel|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Language, Literature and Cultures, and Film Studies, Departments of||3:30 PM (5/23)||The Clarice - Dekelboum Concert Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Linguistics, Department of||11:00 AM (5/23)||Marie Mount Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Music, School of||9:30 AM (5/23)||The Clarice - Dekelboum Concert Hall|
|Arts and Humanities, College of||Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies, School of||10:00 AM (5/23)||The Clarice - Kay Theatre|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||African American Studies, Department of||4:30 PM (5/23)||The Clarice - Kay Theatre|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Anthropology, Department of||4:30 PM (5/23)||The Clarice - Kay Theatre|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Criminology and Criminal Justice, Department of||9:00 AM (5/23)||Reckord Armory|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Economics, Department of||6:30 PM (5/24)||Xfinity Center|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Geographical Sciences, Department of||12:00 PM (5/23)||Memorial Chapel|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Government and Politics, Department of||9:00 AM (5/24)||Reckord Armory|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Hearing and Speech Sciences, Department of||6:00 PM (5/23)||Memorial Chapel|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Psychology, Department of||12:00 PM (5/23)||Reckord Armory|
|Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of||Sociology, Department of||12:30 PM (5/23)||The Clarice - Dekelboum Concert Hall|
|Business, Robert H. Smith School of (Graduates)||3:00 PM (5/22)||Xfinity Center|
|Business, Robert H. Smith School of (Undergraduates)||7:00 PM (5/22)||Xfinity Center|
|Campus-Wide Ceremony||1:00 PM (5/24)||Xfinity Center|
|Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, College of||5:00 PM (5/23)||Xfinity Center|
|Education, College of||7:00 PM (5/22)||Reckord Armory|
|Engineering, A. James Clark School of (Graduates)||9:00 AM (5/23)||Xfinity Center|
|Engineering, A. James Clark School of (Undergraduates)||1:00 PM (5/23)||Xfinity Center|
|Individual Studies||11:30 AM (5/23)||The Clarice - Gildenhorn Recital Hall|
|Information Studies, College of||4:30 PM (5/24)||Reckord Armory|
|Journalism||10:00 AM (5/23)||Ritchie Coliseum|
|Public Health, School of||11:00 AM (5/22)||Xfinity Center|
|Public Policy, School of||4:30 PM (5/24)||The Clarice - Dekelboum Concert Hall|
The University of Maryland welcomes you to our May 2019 Commencement website, where graduates, family members, and the university community may find information about the ceremonies. These events are not only a celebration of the graduating students’ accomplishments at the University of Maryland, but also an occasion to acknowledge our joint enthusiasm for their future endeavors. The University recognizes that commencement is a milestone in our graduates’ lives and, as such, we strive to ensure that everyone enjoys their experience. The campus-wide ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 24, and the individual college and school ceremonies will occur at various times on May 22-May 24. The colleges and schools will contact graduating students with specific information pertaining to the individual ceremonies. Contact the college or school directly for more information regarding the individual ceremonies.
The University is pleased to provide a real-time stream of the campus-wide ceremony on the commencement website beginning at 1 p.m., May 24. The ceremony will also be cablecast on UMTV in Prince George's and Montgomery counties. On-campus viewers can watch UMTV on channel 38. Off-campus viewers should check their local listings for UMTV.
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