For Fall 2019 Graduation Ceremony information and schedule, visit the UF Commencement website.
Spring graduates are invited to attend two ceremonies. They may attend the University-wide ceremony, where there will be an invited commencement speaker and degrees conferred (the tassels moved from one side to the next). Graduates may also attend their individual college’s recognition ceremony, in which every student will have their name called as they cross the stage and a photo taken of them.
Friday, May 1, 7:00 – 9:00 PM, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
All bachelor’s and master’s degrees will be conferred at this ceremony. Individual degree candidates will not be recognized at this ceremony, that will occur at the individual college Recognition Ceremonies. For more information the University-wide Commencement, visit the UF Commencement website.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Recognition Ceremony
Saturday, May 2, Exactech Arena at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center
Ceremony 1, 9:00AM: All Master’s Degree students. Bachelor degree students in African American Studies, Anthropology, Astronomy/Astrophysics, Biology/Botany/Zoology, Chemistry/Biochemistry, Classics, Computer Science, Criminology, Economics, English, Foreign Languages & Literatures, Geography, Geology, History.
Ceremony 2, 2:00PM: Bachelor degree students in Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Jewish Studies, Linguistics, Mathematics, Microbiology & Cell Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish & Portuguese, Statistics, Sustainability Studies and Women’s Studies.
- Download the official Graduation guide on the UF GatorWay app, which has up to date information for you and your guests. Select to receive push notifications so you will receive real-time notifications in case of any last minute changes to a ceremony. The app has the following, and more:
- Graduation Schedules
- Parking and Shuttle Routes
- Prohibited Items
- Camera Policy