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Fall Commencement Ceremony

This event is open to the public and tickets are not requiredDoors to Millett will open at 1 p.m. on the day of the ceremony.

The ceremony will begin promptly at 3 p.m. and last ninety minutes to two hours. 

President Greg Crawford will preside at the ceremony.

During the ceremony, doctoral candidates will be individually recognized and hooded; master's degree candidates will be individually recognized; bachelor's and associate's degree candidates will be individually recognized by division; and ROTC candidates will be commissioned.

All prohibited items will be confiscated if found on any person preparing to enter Millett Hall. Please review the prohibited items list prior to the ceremony.


All university parking lots and parking garages will be open to the public. Accessible parking is available at Millett in the Northwest and West parking lots with state-issued disability placard.


All seating is on a first-come basis and seating is not to be held for large groups.


Commencement ceremonies are a special event for all involved. We ask that you show respect for everyone who shares in the experience by creating an occasion that will appropriately highlight your achievements. The university ceremony is a dignified program governed by academic tradition, overall good manners, and state and local laws. Therefore, possession of alcoholic beverages or materials that may disrupt the ceremony is prohibited.

Guests will not be permitted on the main arena floor for photographic purposes, as such activity can be very distracting for others. You will receive a separate mailing from GradImages (800-261-2576) that offers several photo purchase options.


Graduation candidates must arrive with academic attire in hand, no later than 2:15 p.m. Upon arrival, candidates should look for signs directing them to assigned areas for seating according to their group/division.

Friday, December 13, 2019 at 3:00pm

Millett Hall
500 E. Sycamore St., Oxford, OH 45056

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Ms. Amy Jean Baldridge

Ms. Amy Jean Baldridge left a positive review 12/12/2019

The commencement ceremony at Millett Hall was incredible. The focus on service, justice, and the criticality of stories resonated strongly with me as I sat reflecting how Love and Honor were exemplified in my Miami experience and in this commencement ceremony.