The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg will proudly celebrate the accomplishments of our students at the 2016 Commencement Ceremony scheduled for
Saturday, April 30, 2016 at 11:00am
August 2015, December 2015, and April 2016 graduates are invited to participate in the ceremony. We have created a “Graduation Checklist” to assist students, as well as a list of frequently asked questions.
Students who intend to graduate must meet with the Senior Academic Advisor for a Degree Audit and complete the “Application for Graduation” form. The form can be found online at this link. The form must be submitted by January 29, 2016 in order to avoid the $15.00 late fee. Starting on January 6, 2016 eligible graduates can follow the link below to RSVP online and request ceremony tickets. The RSVP deadline for students is MARCH 15, 2016. You must RSVP in order to walk in the processional.
STUDENT RSVP - Commencement 2016
Important Graduation Information
*Links will become live as information is finalized
• Ticket Information
• Academic Attire
• Ceremony Rehearsal
• PGAA New Alumni Reception
• Parent Appreciation Dinner
• Legacy Presentation
• Pitt Degree Contest
• Graduation Merchandise (Announcements, Class Rings, Diploma Frames)
• Flowers & Commemorative T-Shirt
• Photography & Commemorative DVD
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Degreed Staff are invited to participate in the Commencement Ceremony and celebrate with the students and their families. If you plan on walking in the processional, please RSVP by March 30, 2016. Only faculty and staff who have RSVP’d will be able to walk in the processional and access to Chambers Hall during the Commencement Ceremony will be restricted to ceremony participants and volunteers. If you are interested in purchasing regalia, please contact the Campus Store. If you intend to borrow regalia, be sure to indicate that in your RSVP.
FACULTY/STAFF RSVP - Commencement 2016
Interested in volunteering? Faculty and staff who would like to assist with the Commencement Ceremony should contact Sherra Moors. The help is always appreciated!