UHP Annual Graduation Celebration
Congratulations to all University Honors Program graduates!
Graduating from University Honors
If you are graduating from UC in fall 2015 or spring 2016, please complete the UHP Notification Form* by December 1st. If you have fulfilled requirements for any of the designations, you will be certified as a University Honors graduate. Your designation will appear on your official academic transcript and, if you are certified as a University Honors Scholar or Distinguished University Honors Scholar, on your UC diploma.
*The UHP Notification Form is separate and does NOT replace the university graduation application, available here: http://www.uc.edu/commencement/checklist/apply.html
Important note for graduating students with a learning portfolio requirement: Five experiences must be showcased in your learning portfolio by the date communicated by your honors advisor. This includes any experiences that you're currently engaged in during your final semester. Please contact your honors advisor with any questions.
Attending the Graduation Celebration
Mark your calendar for this year's University Honors Program Graduation Celebration! Graduating students who have completed the program requirements will be invited to attend this special event to receive their University Honors certificate and medal. Printed invitations will be mailed to students during spring semester.
University Honors Program Graduation Celebration
Thursday, April 28, 2016
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Tangeman University Center's Great Hall
Honorees may be accompanied by four guests. Business casual attire is suggested. Light desserts will be served at the celebration.
The last day to RSVP is, Friday, April 8. We are not able to accpet reservations after this date.
University Commencement Ceremonies
Information about the university-wide commencement ceremonies may be found at http://www.uc.edu/commencement/. All graduating University Honors students should wear their Honors medals at the commencement ceremony! Students are also welcome to wear cords corresponding to Latin Honors; however, the University Honors Program does not require or provide cords.