Commencement is more than a ceremony. It is a once-in-a-lifetime milestone that signifies years of hard work and commitment. Even though we can’t celebrate in person, the College of Undergraduate Studies wants to recognize your achievements with family, friends and the UCF community. We’ll do this on Saturday, May 2 at 11:15 a.m.
A Ceremony Steeped in Tradition
Saturday’s commencement ceremony will include the revered UCF traditions and will include the playing of Pomp and Circumstance, bagpipers, remarks from UCF President Dr. Alexander Cartwright and the college’s dean, and the reading of every graduate’s name from that college. We are also excited to have UCF alumni Shaquem Griffin ’16 and Shaquill Griffin ’16 of the Seattle Seahawks deliver the commencement address at our virtual ceremony.
We will also bestow each graduate with a College of Undergraduate Studies medallion that signifies your lifelong membership in a community of scholars. You will receive your medallion in the mail by filling out this request form.
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Congratulations to Devon Cadwell Bazata of our Interdisciplinary Studies program. She is completing her Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction.