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Winter 2017 College & School Ceremonies


The following colleges and schools will hold individual ceremonies on Wednesday, December 20, 2017. Click on column headers to sort by school/college, date, time or location.

School or College Department Date Time Location
Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of   Wednesday, December 20 4:30 PM The Clarice - Dekelboum
Architecture, Planning and Preservation, School of   Wednesday, December 20 3:00 PM The Clarice - Gildenhorn
Arts and Humanities, College of Art, Department of Wednesday, December 20 10:00 AM The Clarice - Gildenhorn
Arts and Humanities, College of Art History, Department of Wednesday, December 20 10:00 AM The Clarice - Gildenhorn
Arts and Humanities, College of American Studies and Women's Studies, Departments of Wednesday, December 20 11:30 AM The Clarice - Dekelboum
Arts and Humanities, College of Classics, Department of      
Arts and Humanities, College of Communication, Department of Wednesday, December 20 9:00 AM The Clarice - Dekelboum
Arts and Humanities, College of English and Comparative Literature Wednesday, December 20 11:30 AM The Clarice - Dekelboum
Arts and Humanities, College of History Wednesday, December 20 12:30 PM The Clarice - Kay Theatre
Arts and Humanities, College of Jewish Studies, Department of      
Arts and Humanities, College of Language, Literature and Cultures Departments of Wednesday, December 20 3:00 PM The Clarice - Kay Theatre
Arts and Humanities, College of Linguistics, Department of Wednesday, December 20 3:00 PM The Clarice - Kay Theatre
Arts and Humanities, College of Music, School of Wednesday, December 20 12:30 PM The Clarice - Gildenhorn
Arts and Humanities, College of Philosophy, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:30 PM The Clarice - Kay Theatre
Arts and Humanities, College of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies, School of Wednesday, December 20 9:30 AM The Clarice - Kogod
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Anthropology, and Geographical Sciences, Departments of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Economics, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Government and Politics, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Hearing and Speech Sciences, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of Psychology, Department of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Behavioral and Social Sciences, College of African American Studies, and Sociology, Departments of Wednesday, December 20 12:00 PM Xfinity Center
Business, Robert H. Smith School of (Graduates)   Wednesday, December 20 9:00 AM Xfinity Center
Business, Robert H. Smith School of (Undergraduates)   Wednesday, December 20 9:00 AM Xfinity Center
Campus Wide Ceremony   Tuesday December 19 6:00 PM Xfinity Center
Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, College of   Wednesday, December 20 3:00 PM Xfinity Center
Education, College of   Wednesday, December 20 2:00 PM The Clarice - Dekelboum
Engineering, A. James Clark School of (Graduates)   Wednesday, December 20 6:00 PM Xfinity Center
Engineering, A. James Clark School of (Undergraduates)   Wednesday, December 20 6:00 PM Xfinity Center
Individual Studies        
Information Studies, College of        
Journalism   Wednesday, December 20 10:00 AM The Clarice - Kay Theatre
Public Health, School of   Wednesday, December 20 9:00 AM Reckord Armory
Public Policy, School of        

 


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