2013 Baccalaureate Ceremonies
Morning Ceremony, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
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- Doors to Sports Arena (live ceremony) open for guests at 9:00 a.m. (guest tickets required). Building 39 on map.
- Doors to live video viewing in the Bulger Communication Center open for guests at 9:00 a.m. (no tickets required). Building 24 on map.
Afternoon Ceremony, 2:00-4:00 p.m.
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- Doors to Sports Arena open for guests at 1:00 p.m. (guest tickets required). Building 39 on map.
- Doors to live video viewing in the Bulger Communication Center open for guests at 1:00 p.m. (no tickets required). Building 24 on map.
Guest tickets for open seating in the Sports Arena are required. Bachelor's graduates each receive five guest tickets. The arena features a combination of stadium chair and bleacher seating. (Live video viewing in the Bulger Communication Center offers lecture hall seating.)
Note: Please know that small children and babies also will require a guest ticket. You may consider not bringing small children, as they likely will be unable to sit through the lengthy ceremony.
Visit Bachelor's Registration and Guest Tickets to learn more about guest tickets and viewing options.
Guests should use the Sports Arena map to determine where their graduates will be seated by school (they will not be seated specifically by academic department). The following is a list of undergraduate majors by school. Seating arrangements are the same for each bachelor's ceremony.
Seating for Bachelor's Candidates-
Undergraduate Majors by School
School of Arts and Humanities
Arts and Letters
Design (Ceramics, Communication Design, Fibers, Metals/Jewelry, Wood/Furniture)
Fine Arts (Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture)
French Language and Literature
Secondary Education (English, French, Spanish)
Spanish Language and Literature
Television and Film Arts
School of Education
Business and Marketing Education
Career and Technical Education
Early Childhood and Childhood Education
Early Childhood Education
Exceptional Education and Early Childhood Education: Elementary Education
Exceptional Education and Early Childhood Education: Exceptional Education
School of Natural and Social Sciences
Earth Science Education
Health and Wellness
Physics Three-Two Engineering Option
Pre-Law Advisement, Pre-Professional Program
Pre-Med and Pre-Health Advisement, Pre-Professional Program
Secondary Education (Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Mathematics, Physics, Social Studies)
Social Studies Education
Urban and Regional Analysis and Planning
School of the Professions
Computer Information Systems
Electrical Engineering Technology
Fashion and Textile Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology