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Psychology Convocation Ceremony


UGA Commencement

The University of Georgia hosts a commencement ceremony for undergraduate students in honor of the completion and/or in anticipation of your fulfilling all academic requirements at the University. We encourage students to participate in this campus-wide event with unlimited guests. For more information and any questions regarding UGA commencement, please visit

A note about summer candidates:
Undergraduate students completing their degree requirements in summer are invited to participate in the May graduation ceremonies. 

Psychology Convocation Ceremony

Spring Ceremony

Thursday, May 11, 2023
The Classic Center

The event is free but printed tickets will be required.

Once the graduate has RSVPd via the Qualtrics survey, they may pick up their printed tickets in the Psychology Building, room #205. Students should refer to their UGA email for further details. Please direct questions to Ms. Stephanie Helmig at

Convocation is a more personal ceremony in which undergraduate students are recognized by name on stage. Students may participate in both ceremonies if they like or they may choose one or the other or neither. Regardless, students who complete all the requirements for graduation will still graduate. 

Academic Regalia

Academic regalia must be worn to participate in the Psychology Convocation Ceremony. Caps, gowns, tassels, etc., are available for purchase at the UGA Bookstore


The Classic Center is located in downtown Athens. Parking for a fee is available in the Classic Center Parking Deck as well as several others throughout downtown Athens.

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