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Commencement

SPRING 2014 GRADUATES: Extra tickets will be available beginning on Monday, April 14 - April 25.


Graduate Ceremony: 3 additional tickets.
Undergraduate Ceremony: 2 additional tickets.
Only those students who received tickets before the April 11th deadline will be allowed to request extra tickets. Tickets can be picked up in Academic Center room 112. To request your tickets to be mailed, please log your request here .

Smiling graduates at the commencement ceremony with the Eubie the UB bee.

It's your time to shine. Congratulations!

2014 commencement chord and charm

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation!

To celebrate your graduation and show your UB pride, we invite you to make a contribution of $20.14 to the UB Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.

Graduating students who participate will be recognized with a bee tassel charm to wear at the Commencement Ceremony. To make your gift or to request additional information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 410.837.6131 or email us at alumni@ubalt.edu.

Spring 2014 Commencement Ceremonies
Graduate students: Thurs., May 22, 10:30 a.m.
Undergraduate students: Thurs., May 22, 2 p.m.
Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric

As you get ready for commencement, take care of this checklist by the appropriate deadlines:

  1. Register for graduation, pay the fee and confirm degree information.
  2. Update your contact information, if necessary.
  3. Attend the Spring 2014 Graduation Fair.
  4. Purchase your cap and gown.
  5. Pick up your tickets and make arrangements for special seating, if necessary.
  6. Let us know about honor society membership and think about being a speaker or a student vocalist.
  7. Review photo, video and live stream information.
  8. Review the day of the ceremony instructions sent to you by mail in early May.
  9. Finally: It's your time in the spotlight! Congratulations!

I wish you the joy of a purposeful life. I wish you new worlds and the vision to see them. I wish you the decency and the nobility of which you are capable.  —Jonathan Daniels