Sunday, December 16, 2012, 2:00 p.m., Crisler Center
Winter Commencement is a University-wide event focusing on undergraduates. Held on Sunday, December 16, it is the ceremony at which the University's honorary degrees and all undergraduate degrees are conferred.
Map: Commencement Arrival
Map: Commencement Departure
Security Guidelines Graduate Assembly Academic Colors
Graduates and guests are encouraged to bring ONLY necessary items to Crisler Center. Changes in national and regional security levels may affect security procedures at Crisler Center including the prohibition of all bags or items in the Center. Exceptions for medical reasons will be addressed individually at the doors. Please see the following list of prohibited items. We appreciate your cooperation with these security measures.
Guests are reminded that signs, conduct or attire that is deemed offensive or inappropriate by an Event Staff Team Member will not be allowed into Crisler Center. All persons and bags are subject to search. Bags that have passed inspection must fit comfortably under your seat. Oversized bags are prohibited.
To ensure a safe and comfortable environment at Crisler Center, the following items are prohibited from being brought into the Center:
Containers of any kind (including coolers, thermoses, cups, bottles, cans, flasks)
Aerosol and spray cans
Flags with flagpoles
Camcorders and tripods
Irritants (i.e. noise makers, air horns, etc.)
Food of any kind
The University of Michigan reserves the right to prohibit the carrying of any other item into Crisler Center. Decisions on which items to prohibit will be made contingent on security briefings by law enforcement agencies. An updated list of prohibited items is listed at www.mgoblue.com/safety.
Graduates and candidates, dressed in academic attire, enter Crisler Center through the tunnel entrance beginning at 1:15 p.m. Faculty marshals direct graduates and candidates to the appropriate seating areas. Graduates and candidates should be in their seats by 1:50 p.m.
|Architecture and Urban Planning||blue violet|
|Literature and Arts||white|
|Natural Resources and Environment||russet|
|Public Health||salmon pink|
|Public Policy||peacock blue|
Mingled colors distinguish combined curriculums.