Congratulation, Graduates! We know you're ready to take on the world!
ODU Graduation has two parts and we hope you will join us for both.
Baccalaureate takes place as a Mass giving thanks for the blessings of our graduates and of prayers for their continued success in life.
Commencement is the official ceremony where graduates receive their diplomas.
A live feed of the ceremony will also be streamed on TV's in the Griffin Student Center and Alumni Hall Community Room.
All graduates must attend rehearsal in order to participate in the ceremony. The rehearsal will be followed by a reception hosted by ODU's Alumni Association.
Baccalaureate will be held the morning of Commencement. This is optional but we encourage all graduates and their families to attend.
Read more about rehearsal and baccalaureate.
Tickets to ODU's Commencement are free but are needed in order to attend the ceremony. Tickets will be available beginning December 4, 2014. Click here for more information.
Guests must be in their seats by 10:55 a.m. as the procession begins at 11 a.m.
Guests arriving after 10:55 a.m. will not be allowed to enter the gym until the procession has ended.
Guests arriving late will be directed to the back bleachers.
Click here for parking information, directions to campus, accommodations for special needs, and guest photography guidelines.
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