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Spring 2015 Commencement Ceremony
All Colleges Except The College of Law, The College of Nursing, The College of Engineering,
The College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical
Sciences. Click here to view the University Commencement web page for more information on College-specific
Date: Sunday, May 10, 2015
Location: John F. Savage Arena, UT's Main Campus
Times: 9:30 a.m and 2:00 p.m.
Details about the commencement ceremony can be found in the Spring Commencement guide: coming soon.
Line up and Seating Maps coming soon
9:30 a.m Ceremony
College of Adult and Lifelong Learning
Judith Herb College of Education
College of Health Sciences
College of Social Justice and Human Service
College of Business and Innovation
College of Communication and the Arts
College of Languages, Literature, and Social Sciences
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
The Commencement ceremony is Webcast live. Click the following link to view the ceremony over the Internet: http://video.utoledo.edu
Graduates for summer are invited to participate in either the fall or spring commencement ceremony. The names of summer graduates will be included in the fall commencement program. Summer undergraduate candidates who apply by the fifth week of the spring term will have their names in the spring commencement program.
Cap and Gown
Academic Regalia for all students is available for purchase from the Main Campus University Bookstore.
Student regalia information : coming soon.
Faculty regalia rental information : coming soon.
What happens after Commencement?
Following commencement and after all grades are posted, the colleges begin the task of clearing students for graduation. This means the college reviews final grades to determine that all degree requirements have been met and notifies the Registrar's Office when the degree can be awarded. Once cleared by the college, the Registrar's Office posts the degree to the transcript and mails out the diploma. This process is ongoing for 30 days past commencement.
To verify that your degree has been awarded, graduates should follow instructions for viewing your unofficial transcript online.
The actual honors awarded at the time a degree is posted is based on the final cumulative GPA. The diploma will show the honors awarded with the degree. If honors changed as a result of final grades received, the diploma is reordered. This may cause a delay in the receipt of the diploma.
For questions or comments, please contact the Graduation Processing department at firstname.lastname@example.org.