Commencement virtual Q&A: March 3
Register for Zoom sessions below in advance.
Then attend March 3 any time between noon-2 p.m. to participate in Q&A sessions about commencement at UAF!
UAF 2021 Lavender Graduation is our recognition ceremony for LGBTQIA2+ graduates! Lavender Graduation will be held on April 24 at 2:30 PM Please RSVP for Lavender Graduation through this form! Lavender Graduation honors LGBTQIA2+ graduates and celebrates their achievements and contributions to UAF. All graduating LGBTQIA2+ students are invited to take part in this event. Faculty, staff, and student allies are invited to celebrate with UAF's LGBTQIA2+ graduates. As we get closer to the date, we will share more information regarding the celebration. If you have any questions about Lavender Graduation, please contact the Nanook Diversity & Action Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jo Malbert Narvaez (he|they) at email@example.com, 907-474-6369.
The UAF Alumni Association is here for you! Join us for Grad Fair and get a special UAF mask and a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card. Find out what we are planning for your Grad Bash Celebration and what it means to be a UAF alum. After you graduate, we’ll send you a complimentary UAF Alumni Association membership package. Your UAFAA membership offers awesome benefits including discounts on admission to the SRC and at local and national businesses. Stay connected with your alma mater by joining Nanook Network, an online site where you can find mentors, career opportunities and more. We hope to see you soon!
Each year, one graduating student is selected to serve as the student speaker during UAF's Commencement Ceremony. Do you have an empowering, celebratory message to share with your fellow graduates? Learn about the selection process and application deadlines in this session presented by ASUAF.
The Graduate School will be on-hand to answer questions about commencement for graduating graduate students and also to answer questions from prospective graduate students or anyone considering graduate school. We will also have information on how you can include a special thank you to those who helped you along the way.
During the First-Generation Cording Ceremony each spring, we celebrate the achievements of first-gen students along with faculty, staff and graduating first-gen students’ friends and families. First-gen graduates are given a teal honor cord to wear during UAF’s commencement ceremony to signify that they are the first in their family to graduate with a bachelor’s degree. Come join us to find out more!