UW-Green Bay Commencement

  • Professor and Graduate at graduation ceramony
  • Graduate in a vehicle holding signs which read
  • Graduate holding flowers and degree in front of a mural
  • Graduate holding degree
  • Graduate in a vehicle holding balloons and giving a thumbs up
  • Graduation cap reading

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Spring/Summer Commencement will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2022 in the Kress Events Center at 9:30am and 2pm. If you are a UW-Green Bay student & expect to earn your degree in May or August, this is the Commencement you should participate in. If you expect to earn your degree in December or January, you should participate in the fall/winter ceremony. Rare exceptions must be requested to commencement@uwgb.eduGraduates, please see here for details that have been sent to your email and continue to watch your campus email for additional details. 


PLEASE NOTE: Completion of early graduation application in SIS (by April for Spring/Summer graduates, mid-November for Fall/Winter graduates) is strongly encouraged and will ensure that all graduation communications are received (graduation check, commencement info, etc.). Students may still apply for graduation after this date; however, some communications may be missed. 

Diplomas will automatically be sent once graduation audits are completed. Please contact the Registrar’s Office with questions regarding graduation requirements.
Students may still apply for graduation after the dates below; however, some communications may be missed.

There are four graduation application time spans:
  • Fall graduation application deadline (classes end in December) is May 1.
  • January Interim graduation deadline (classes end in January) is May 1.
  • Spring graduation application deadline (classes end in May) is December 1.
  • Summer graduation application deadline (classes end in July or August) is February 1.
  • In order for your name to appear in the printed commencement program, you must apply for graduation at least six weeks prior to the commencement ceremony.

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