Spring 2019 Commencement Information
All graduating French, Italian, Romance Languages, & Spanish Majors are eligible
The Department of Romance Languages Ceremony:
The RL ceremony will be held on Monday, June 17th, 2019 at 4:00pm at the Condon Hall East Lawn (between Condon and Chapman halls). Tickets are not required.
April 8th-11th: Grad Fair at the Duck Store
April 12th: Last day to apply for Graduate Degree (apply online)
April 28th: Last day to apply for Undergraduate Degree (apply via DuckWeb)
June 8th: Last day of Classes for Spring Term (Final Exams: June 11th-15th)
*Monday, June 17th: Commencement!*
-UO Main Ceremony: 9:30am- Matthew Knight Arena.
-RL Dept. Ceremony: 4:00pm- Condon Hall East Lawn.
All students planning on graduating in the Spring must apply to graduate by the appropriate deadline!
–Graduate Students must apply online to graduate by Friday, April 12th
–Undergraduate Students must apply via DuckWeb to graduate by Sunday April 28th
Once you have registered via GradWeb or DuckWeb, your name will automatically be printed in the Spring 2019 commencement program.
How do I register? What time should I show up at the venue?
Registration for graduating major who wish to participate in the commencement ceremony takes place in the venue the day of the ceremony. Graduates should plan to arrive a half hour early to ensure enough time to fill out a registration card and to join their fellow graduates in the line for the processional march. Graduates should plan to arrive at the Condon Hall East Lawn at 3:30pm. The RL ceremony will begin promptly at 4:00pm.
I’m not graduating until Summer or Fall of 2019. May I participate in the Spring ceremony?
Students who have applied on time for graduation in or before Spring term will have their names printed in the commencement program and are welcome to attend the ceremony, where their names will be read aloud as they walk across the stage. Students who are graduating in the Summer or at a later date are welcome to “walk” in the Spring ceremony and have their names read aloud as they walk across the stage; however, the names of Summer or Fall 2019 graduates will NOT appear in the program.
I graduated in the Fall of 2018 or Winter of 2019. Can I come to the Spring ceremony?
Yes! The printed commencement program will include the names of all graduating majors from the Fall 2018, Winter 2019, and Spring 2019 terms. In addition to having your name printed in the program, your name will be announced as you walk across the stage on June 17th.
How many guests can I bring to graduation?
All family members and friends are welcome to attend the RL ceremony. There is no limit on the number of guests and tickets are not needed. Guests will be allowed to sit on a first-come-first-serve basis at the RL departmental ceremony as there will be plenty of seats available. However, tickets are required to attend the main University ceremony.
What do I need to do for graduation?
1) Apply for graduation in Duckweb. The deadline to apply for graduation in the Spring 2019 term is Friday, April 12th (Grad Students) and Sunday April 28th (Undergraduate Students).
2) Purchase/Rent your regalia from the UO Duck Store. You can shop for regalia at the UO Duck Store during the Grad Fair (April 8th-11th) or purchase regalia online (UO Duck Store) starting on April 10th.
I applied to graduate in DuckWeb. Is there anything else I need to do to apply?
No! Once you have applied to graduate in DuckWeb your name and information will automatically be included in the RL departmental ceremony program. (However, you do need to order your graduation regalia . . . .)
I am graduating with a minor in SPAN/ITAL/FR, can I come to the RL ceremony?
Yes! You are welcome to come the the RL ceremony if you have a minor in one of our three languages. Only graduating majors will be participating in the ceremony itself. Students with minors will NOT have their name included in the printed program, nor will they be allowed to walk across the stage. However, you are invited to enjoy the graduation refreshments that will be on hand.