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Degree Presentation Ceremonies

Degree Presentation CeremonyFollowing the first ceremony, graduates will move to their individual school or college ceremony where their degrees will be presented, and doctoral students will be hooded.

The dean of the school or college will preside over each ceremony. Maps and commencement guides will be available at the Friday Check-In event if assistance is needed in getting to the correct location.  Ceremony specifications will be listed on each graduate's reader card that they receive at Commencement Check-In.

12:30 p.m.

 
Aeronautics Lynchburg Regional Airport (301 Hangar Road)
Business - Graduate Vines Center
Communication, Creative Arts, & Theatre Arts Tolsma Indoor Track
Counseling & Family Studies Williams Stadium
Education - Undergraduate TRBC Worship Center
Engineering DeMoss Hall, Room 4040
English & Modern Languages LCA Gymnasium
Health Professions Schilling Center
History Bruner Hall
Mathematics, Philosophy DeMoss Hall, Room 4066
Music (Performing Arts & Worship) Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall
Religion (LHBI, WSB,  Inst. of Biblical Studies) East Athletic Complex

 

1:00 p.m.

 
Law (Juris Doctor, Paralegal Studies) 701 Thomas Road Campus

 

3:30 p.m.

 
Biology & Chemistry Towns-Alumni Lecture Hall
Business - Undergraduate Vines Center
CASAS (Multidisc, Interdisc, & General Studies) Tolsma Indoor Track
Education - Graduate TRBC Worship Center
FACS LCA Gymnasium
Government Schilling Center
Liberty University Online Academy Bruner Hall
Nursing 701 Thomas Road Campus
Psychology Williams Stadium
Seminary (Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary) East Athletic Complex

Multiple Graduates in a Family

If there are two or more family members graduating this year from different schools or colleges within the university, the students may process and sit together at the ceremony they choose to attend. The student attending a different ceremony may want to inform the Card Reader that they will be participating in the alternate ceremony.