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December 7, 2019

Join us as we celebrate the College of Education's Fall 2019 graduates in Bass Concert Hall from 12 - 2 p.m. on December 7. Rich Reddick, the inaugural associate dean for equity, community engagement, and outreach for the college, will provide the commencement address.

The college is pleased to offer a limited number of translation listening kits for our Spanish-speaking guests. These will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests wishing to borrow a listening kit should use the right side of the stairs to access the ticket window. Rental will require you to leave the name of the graduating student and a cell phone number of someone in your party. If you would like to reserve a translation kit, please contact

If you need a sign language interpreter or have questions about accessibility, please contact

Photo of Rich Reddick

Rich Reddick

Two black men celebrate commencement.


You've worked hard these last few years, and we are so proud that we will soon be able to include you in our distinguished alumni. Be sure to keep an eye out for commencement emails from the college's events coordinator and plan to arrive an hour before the ceremonies begin.
Professors Rich Reddick and Aaron Rochlen prepare for commencement ceremonies


We enjoy having our faculty participate in commencement, just please be sure to let the events coordinator know you plan to attend beforehand. Campus gets congested during commencement, so plan to arrive at least 30 minutes early. Academic regalia is required.
A family celebrate's their daughter's graduation from the College of Education.

Families and Guests

Congratulations to you and your student for this significant achievement! We look forward to welcoming you back to campus for commencement ceremonies. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes before the ceremony starts at noon. Parking is limited and campus will be congested, so you may want to consider alternative means of transportation.