Students in caps and gowns put their arms around each other at commenecment

Commencement

Policies and Regulations

New Policy for Student Regalia

A new policy prohibits students from wearing their robes and caps in to Millett Hall.

Security Check

All bags will be checked upon entering the venue.


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December 16, 2016

3 p.m., Millett Assembly Hall, 500 E. Sycamore St. Oxford, OH 45056

*for all graduating students; no tickets required

December commencement speaker is Mark Lacker

Mark Lacker teaching class

Mark Lacker '79, John W. Altman Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship and Clinical Faculty in Miami University's Farmer School of Business, is Miami University Alumni Association 2016 Effective Educator.

Lacker, who earned his bachelor's degree from Miami and master's from Xavier University, has been with Miami since 2004. He is the 34th recipient of the award, which annually recognizes one faculty or staff member whose impact extends both within and beyond the classroom. He will speak at the 2016 December commencement ceremony. Read more

Degree Requirements

All necessary requirements for master’s and doctoral candidates, other than final examinations, must be completed by the deadlines as determined by the Graduate School. This includes all grade changes for incomplete grades to be turned in to the Office of the University Registrar as well as approval forms to be turned in to the Graduate School indicating results of final oral/written examinations and grade changes for thesis and dissertation research.

All necessary requirements for undergraduates must be completed by January 13, 2017. If you are having transfer credits sent to Miami to complete your degree requirements, please email commencement@MiamiOH.edu with the school and courses being taken. Undergraduate candidates graduating with Latin Honors (cum laude, magna cum laude, or summa cum laude) will be recognized during the ceremony.