236th Commencement Exercises
Washington College’s 236th Commencement exercises will take place on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.
View the Event Live
If you are unable to attend the Sophie Kerr Announcement and the 236th Commencement in person, you can view the event via our LiveStream page: https://www.washcoll.edu/offices/digital-media-services/live/ This stream also provides captioned text. A recording of the events will be available on our YouTube channel a few days after the event.
Senior Class Gift Information
Seniors! Use this link to the Washington College Donation page to give your senior class gift. You can designate your gift to any cause of your choosing (Washington fund, club, department, team, etc.). Simply indicate that on the form followed by “2019.”
Habitat for Humanity Flower Sale
The members of Habitat for Humanity are hosting their annual Graduation Flower sale. Please visit their webpage for more details and to pre-order a bouquet for your graduate.
Registration for limited on-campus housing, cruises on the WC’s research vessel the Callinectes and meals during Saturday and Sunday are open. The registration site is located at http://bit.ly/WCCommencement2019. Additional information and pricing can be found in the Schedule of Events for Commencement section.
Tickets and Commencement Seating Diagrams
We have updated our website with diagrams. Please visit the Seating Diagrams and Ticket Information section. We hope you find this information helpful.
Commencement at Washington College
Commencement is a time for much College pride. We want this day to be as memorable for you as it is for the College and all those involved. We ask that graduates wear appropriate business attire and hard-soled shoes with their gowns on Sunday. Smoking and drinking are not permitted at Commencement. Tobacco products and popping champagne corks can cause serious injury to guests and graduates. Do not bring pets; only service animals are allowed.
For further information please read through the General Information and Schedule pages or contact the Campus Events Office:
Phone: (410) 778-7888 or email email@example.com.
The Registrar’s Office will provide a checklist that will help guide students through their responsibilities leading up to Commencement day. Students can also find information on general graduation requirements and policies on the Registrar’s Office Graduation Requirements page.
Most of all, we hope you will find that the Commencement Weekend activities create a wonderful environment in which to celebrate and enjoy this achievement with your graduate – congratulations!
Graduation applications are available online here and are due by October 16th, 2018. Please make sure that you submit this form in a timely manner so that you and your family receive information about Commencement weekend.
Letter from Dean DiQuinzio
Nov. 14th, 2018 Letter to Parents / Guardians of Potential Graduates
A letter from Dean DiQuinzio with graduation information will be mailed to families of students who have completed a graduation application by the end of November. Please direct any questions to Carol Landis in the Campus Events Office (410-778-7888). A copy of this letter will be emailed to students, but is also available above.
Revised: May 7, 2019