Students who wish to participate in the Commencement ceremonies must have met all degree requirements. Here you will find information about what needs to be done to make sure degree requirements are completed.
Completing the work required to earn an academic degree is a separate event from the public commencement ceremony that symbolically commemorates that achievement.
Towson University students who participate in commencement ceremonies are considered "candidates" for graduation, and must have met all degree requirements in a current or prior term in order to participate in the ceremony. While the university community enjoys celebrating graduates' accomplishments during Commencement, participating in the ceremony is not required.
You may monitor the progress of your degree by regularly checking your “Academic Requirements” report located in the Student Dashboard in PeopleSoft. It is also strongly recommended that you meet with your assigned major adviser or an adviser in the Advising Center to ensure degree requirements are being fulfilled.
Below are some helpful tips and resources to use when applying for graduation:
The university’s practice is for degree candidates to participate in the ceremony immediately following the completion of all degree requirements. Students who have applied for and been approved for graduation by the Graduation Office will receive information on how to participate in a ceremony.
Please contact commencement AT_TOWSON from your TU email address by April 1, 2022 with your request to walk in the Spring 2022 ceremonies.