Twice a year, we honor our graduating students at the College of Education Graduation Convocation. This is an opportunity for soon-to-be alumni to celebrate the conclusion of their collegiate journey with classmates and close friends.
At convocation, each student is recognized by name, shakes hands with the dean, and receives a special College of Education gift as family and friends celebrate from the audience. All graduating students in the College are invited to attend. All graduating students are to wear their cap and gown to convocation.
In addition to registering for the College of Education’s Convocation through the Office of Student Engagement, all graduating students who wish to have their name appear in the Convocation program are required to apply to graduate in Athena on the Office of the Registrar’s website .
Note: Summer graduates may opt to participate in either the fall or spring College of Education Convocation ceremony, but in order to be listed in the spring program, graduates must apply to graduate by the spring graduation deadline.
Spring 2022 Convocation Information
Mark your calendars for MFECOE Convocation Spring 2022. This ceremony will be held on May 12th at the Classic Center in downtown Athens. More information will be announced about student registration and the ceremony in January.
Regalia is required for this ceremony for all graduates and may be purchased from the UGA Bookstore.
Students who wish to have their names printed in the Convocation program must apply to graduate by the UGA Spring deadline in Athena.
Previous Graduation Convocation Events
- Fall 2021 photos
- Spring 2021 video
- Summer 2021 video
- Fall 2020 video
- Spring 2020 video
- Fall 2019 photos and video
- Spring 2019 photos and video
- Fall 2018 photos and video
- Spring 2018 photos and video
- Fall 2017 photos and video
- Spring 2017 photos and video
- Fall 2016 photos and video
- Spring 2016 photos and video
- Fall 2015 photos and video
- Spring 2015 photos and video
- Spring 2014 photos and video
- Fall 2014 photos and video