Please read the senior handbook cover-to-cover to make sure you know all of the academic deadlines and requirements for graduation.
The Senior Memo will be sent to you directly and added to this website during April 2016. The memo will include important information about your participation in the Commencement ceremony, including how to wear your cap and gown to when and where you line up for the processional.
Commencement Weekend Schedule
Events and activities for Commencement weekend, May 19-22 will be updated as more information is made public, so please check back periodically to see what has been added.
If there are additional events or activities you'd like to add to the schedule, please email email@example.com by May 1.
Order official transcripts via web, mail, fax, or in person.
Please see the photo page on this site for more information about Commencement photos.
Senior Speaker Competition
The Senior Speaker Forum will be on April 13 at 4-5 p.m. in Olin 130.
Post-Grad Careers & Networking
Contact the Student Engagement Center (SEC) to get the career advice you need from networking sessions and workshops, fine-tuning job research materials, identifying potential employers, researching graduate programs and post-baccalaureate internships. Get trained by SEC to obtain a list of alumni mentors from Whitman Connect, our online alumni database, who can help you learn about career fields, employers and possible job leads.
Show your commitment to sustainability and improving the environment by taking the Green Pledge.
To learn more information about seating, restrooms, and other accessibility information for your friends or family with disabilities, please visit the Accessibility page. Special parking and a drop-off zone is available for guests with limited mobility. An ASL interpreter will be provided at both the Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies.
Check out locations for restrooms, seating, water stations, first aid, and much more before Commencement weekend.
In the event of extreme weather, the Commencement ceremony will move indoors and begin at a later time than regularly scheduled. Due to limited seating indoors, different groups attending Commencement will be asked to watch the ceremony at different locations. Extreme weather is defined as conditions that are unsafe, such as severe winds, hail, or lightning. Conditions which are merely uncomfortable, such as steady or intermittent rain, will not invoke the Extreme Weather Plan.
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