University Main Commencement Ceremony
Thursday, May 5, 2022 - 9:00 am, Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, 800 East 1000 North
This ceremony is for the entire university. Tickets are not required for this ceremony. Graduates who wish to participate in the processional on the Logan campus will line up on the Quad at 8:00 a.m. and process to the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum at 8:30 a.m. The Commencement Ceremony will include the awarding of honorary degrees, announcement of university-wide faculty awards, and Commencement speeches. The College of Education and Human Services will be recognized as a group, but names will not be read in this ceremony, and students will not walk across the stage. For more information, visit the USU website.
Guest tickets are not required for the University Commencement, but they are required for all College Convocations and Hooding Ceremonies held on the Logan campus. Tickets are complimentary and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning April 4. Direct links to order tickets for each specific event will be available on this website at that time. Note: Faculty and graduating students do not need tickets to participate.
March 15, 2022, 8 am - 6 pm, USU Campus Store
March 16, 2022, 8 am - 6 pm, USU Campus Store
This is the place to purchase your cap and gown, tassel, order announcements, class rings and grad packs, and buy a diploma frame. You may also order your cap, gown, and tassel online through the USU bookstore. Online orders can be picked up at the Campus Store or shipped to you.
For undergraduates, the tassel color is light blue for the College of Education and Human Services:
For master's and doctoral students:
Order online now for pickup on March 15-16 or delivery. Prices will increase after March 16.
EEJ College of Education and Human Services Undergraduate ConvocationFriday, May 6, 12:00 pm
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, 800 East 1000 North
- 11:30 am Line up for Academic Procession in the Wayne Estes Center (west of the Spectrum)
- 12:00 pm Ceremony
- 2:00 pm Ice Cream Social (A college reception will follow the ceremony on the lawn north of the Education Building where graduates and their guests can enjoy some Aggie ice cream.)
Undergraduate Convocation Frequently Asked Questions PDF
Please note: The 2022 Convocation is for students who graduate Summer/Fall 2021 and Spring 2022. If you are completing your degree during a semester other than these, you will need to contact your advisor to obtain permission to participate in the ceremony. If you need more information, please come to EDUC Room 103 or send an e-mail. Early Walk students will not have their names listed in the 2022 Commencement program, but they will appear in the 2023 Commencement program. Your names will, however, be read and you will walk across the stage.
EEJ College of Education and Human Services Graduate ConvocationFriday, May 6, 2:00 pm
Dee Glen Smith Spectrum, 800 East 1000 North
Candidates for Master's and Doctoral Degrees
Candidates for master's and doctoral degrees should have filed an Application for Graduation with the Registrar's office (TSC 246) by February 28, 2022 and be a graduate (or anticipated graduate) of Summer 2021, Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 semesters. Summer 2022 graduates are part of the class of 2022-23 and may "walk" early when approved for Early Commencement. Depending on whether a student is on Plan A, B, C, or a doctoral candidate, varying processes and paperwork exist which signal program completion and qualification for commencement participation. Students should visit the Semester Deadlines page to identify the deadlines and necessary steps required for degree completion and have their degree posted to their transcript. If further clarification is required, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Convocation Frequently Asked Questions PDF
The Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services Graduate Convocation is for students receiving graduate degrees in just our college. This is a more intimate event where you’ll be hooded, and your name will be announced. Tickets are also required for this ceremony. Tickets are free and more information will follow in early April on how to obtain them.
- 1:30 pm Student line-up for Processional in the Wane Estes Center (west of the Spectrum)
- 1:50 pm Guests to be seated
- 2:00 pm Processional and Ceremony
- 3:30 pm Ice Cream Social Reception (on the lawn north of the Education Building)