|Commencement Information for Linguistics Graduates|
Graduating Linguistics majors can participate in a number of Commencement ceremonies each June, including the College of Letters & Sciences Commencement Ceremony and the Humanities I Commencement Ceremony. The UCLA Commencement website (https://www.commencement.ucla.edu/) is the official reference for information about UCLA's Commencement ceremonies.
The information below pertains specifically to the Humanities I Commencement Ceremony and the Department of Linguistics' Commencement Reception. Information about the College of Letters & Sciences Commencement Ceremony is available online at http://www.college.ucla.edu/commencement/.
Humanities I Commencement Ceremony
Saturday, June 13, 2015 @ 1:00pm
Royce Hall Auditorium
Linguistics graduates -- and graduates from other select departments in the Humanities Division -- are individually recognized by the Dean of Humanities, Department Chair, and faculty.
WHEN TO ARRIVE:
Guests should plan to arrive early, since seating in Royce Hall Auditorium is first-come, first-served. Graduates should not reserve a seat for themselves in the auditorium. Graduates should check in to the Humanities I registration area (located in the west lobby of Royce Hall) NO LATER than 12:15pm. Students who arrive after the ceremony starts will NOT be allowed to participate!
The ceremony typically lasts approximately 90 minutes.
Linguistics Department Commencement Reception
Saturday, June 13, immediately following the conclusion of the Humanities I ceremony
Royce Hall 314
Take pictures, socialize, and celebrate with your fellow graduates, as well as the Department's faculty and staff!
Refreshments will be provided.
Students submit their RSVPs by completing the Department of Linguistics Senior Survey.
All Department of Linguistics graduates and their friends and family are invited. Tickets are not issued in advance, but prior RSVP is required.
WHEN TO ARRIVE:
Graduates and guests should proceed directly to Royce 314 immediately following the Humanities I Commencement Ceremony.