Commencement Program Deadline:
Fall 2021: October 8, 2021
Spring 2022: February 18, 2022
Summer 2022: July 1, 2022*
Final Grad App Submission Deadline:**
Fall 2021: December 17, 2021
Spring 2022: April 29, 2022
Summer 2022: August 19, 2022
*Summer 2022 graduation candidates who wish to participate in the Spring 2022 Commencement ceremony should apply for Summer 2022, but follow the Spring 2022 semester application deadline above for their names to appear in the Spring 2022 Commencement program.
**All graduation applications received after the published deadline will be moved to and processed at the end of the following semester.
Apply for Graduation
Graduation processing will continue as normal. Diplomas will arrive in the mail once final grades have been submitted and degrees have been processed. If you have questions about your graduation status, reach out to your academic advisor using the Find My Advisor app.
For more information on Weber State’s response to COVID-19, visit weber.edu/coronavirus.
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WSU Honors Graduates at Spring Commencement
OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University will honor the graduates of fall 2020 and spring and summer 2021 during multiple events, both in person and virtually on April 29, 30 and May 1.
Weber State University officials expect the class of 2020-21 to total more than 6,497 graduates — the largest class on record. Approximately 200 additional students have applied for summer 2021 graduation.
“These graduates will always be remembered for the determination they displayed in completing their college education despite the obstacles,” said Brad Mortensen, university president. “I applaud their grit and tenacity and know our Wildcats will use these strengths to continue to lead and succeed.”
The ceremonies will begin with a virtual commencement, April 29 at 7 p.m. This year’s commencement speaker is Ta’u Pupu’a, a former Weber State and NFL football star, turned professional opera singer.
The event, which will be streamed live, will provide an opportunity to hear from student commencement speaker Kassie Anne Harbath, an exercise and sport science major. Throughout her educational journey, Harbath has faced family losses, but her education has been a constant in her life, driving her to persevere through obstacles.
During the ceremony, honorary degrees will be conferred upon this year’s three recipients: Cecelia H. Foxley, a philanthropist and mentor who served as the commissioner and chief executive officer of the Utah System of Higher Education; Lou Jean Flint, who has spent a lifetime of work in education and with the Utah System of Higher Education; and Gene Sessions, WSU history professor and former director of WSU Davis.
The 2021 Brady Presidential Distinguished Professors also will be honored during the ceremony. This year’s recipients are economics professor Michael Vaughan and English professor Mikel Vause.
At the conclusion of the program, each graduate’s name will be displayed on screen.
In-person graduation ceremonies for each college, where graduates will be recognized individually, will be held April 30 and May 1 at various times, beginning at 9 a.m. each day. The ceremonies will be held in Stewart Stadium. In case of inclement weather, events will move to the Dee Events Center. All ceremonies will be streamed live at weber.edu/commencement.
Each graduate will be allowed one graduate ticket and two guest tickets. Graduates can register for tickets beginning April 12 by accessing the commencement link at weberstatetickets.com. Only those with tickets will be allowed in the stadium. (Depending on the number who register and current mass-gathering guidelines, additional tickets may be available the week of graduation.)
Faculty and staff are not required to attend but are welcome if there are available seats. They can register for tickets beginning April 26.
The ceremonies will follow health department recommendations for social distancing. In compliance with the state’s guidelines, everyone in attendance must wear a face covering.
Graduates can order their regalia, including tassels and honor cords, from the bookstore free of charge. The deadline to ship is April 16.
Additional details are available at weber.edu/commencement.
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Weber State’s social work and gerontology graduates go on to successful careers in their fields and a variety of graduate programs. But before you make us proud as a Weber State alum, visit the university’s Graduation website for information on applying for graduation, obtaining your cap and gown and your commencement ceremony.
Contact our department chair to set up an appointment.
Dr. Mark Bigler
Chair, Department of Social Work & Gerontology
Lindquist Hall Building Room 327
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The LatinX Grad Ceremony is an intimate celebration that honors the achievements of graduating students who identify as LatinX/Hispanics. The ceremony also honors families, friends, and those who have supported them through their academic journey. The graduation celebration was created by students for students with the intention of bringing awareness to their own stories.
The LatinX Grad Ceremony is not an alternative or replacement of WSU’s commencement. It is an empowering cultural celebration including English and Spanish speakers along with performances representing our cultural roots from the Americas. Weber State University has a strong LatinX community with many of our graduates growing up in the surrounding neighborhoods. This event seeks to continue inspiring future generations of youth that LatinX students do succeed in college. The ceremony was brought to Ogden by the Weber State University’s MEChA chapter, in hopes to continue the push of the LatinX community in higher education.
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