May 15, 2021 – Two Ceremonies for Classes of 2020 and 2021

COVID-19 forced us to cancel our commencement ceremonies last year, but it is important to us that all Mounties have the opportunity to cross the stage and formally conclude this chapter of their academic journey. We will hold two in-person ceremonies on May 15, 2021 in order to accommodate the classes of 2020 and 2021, but we must lock in attendance early in order to plan the event in accordance with campus COVID protocols.

Graduates will receive two guest tickets for the event. The ceremonies will also be live streamed.

The following are the times for each ceremony:

10:00 a.m. – Nursing and Health Sciences
3:00 p.m. – Business, Arts, and Sciences

If you have any questions, please email:

Thank you and Go Mounties!

Frequently Asked Questions

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Students will receive their diplomas approximately 4-5 weeks after the Commencement Ceremony. Final graduate audits are completed two weeks after Commencement to ensure that graduates have met all core, major, and institutional requirements for graduation. A student is responsible for ensuring that all financial obligations are met and all holds removed from his or her record to avoid a delay in receiving a diploma and final transcript. Please be aware that it is ultimately a student’s responsibility to ensure all of his or her degree requirements are completed. Students should consult the College Catalog to review the requirements of their program of study.
We recommend that students do not bring purses, cell phones, umbrellas, backpacks, and other items with them to Baccalaureate Mass or Commencement. There will not be anywhere to secure or lock up these items during the event.
Students can request your final transcript online two weeks after the Commencement ceremony. If you need a more immediate verification of your status, students can request a letter from the Registrar’s Office by email the office at

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