The ceremony processional begins 15 minutes prior to the start of each ceremony.
All six undergraduate ceremonies will be held at:
TD Bank Sports Center
York Hill Campus
305 Sherman Ave., Hamden, Connecticut
9 a.m. - College of Arts and Sciences
John Geanakoplos, professor of economics at Yale University, will deliver the Commencement address to undergraduates who have completed their bachelor’s degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences. Honorary degrees will go to Irish Sinn Féin MLA Máirtín Ó Muilleoir and Conor Kenny, managing director of Kenny’s Bookshop in Galway, Ireland.
1 p.m. - School of Business
Hap Klopp, founder and CEO of The North Face, will address the undergraduate business graduates. Frank Casanova II, ’80, a senior director for Apple Inc., will receive an honorary degree.
5 p.m. - School of Health Sciences
Mary Leighton, executive director of Camp No Limits, will speak to the health sciences students earning bachelor’s degrees.
9 a.m. - School of Communications
Michele Norris, former NPR host and special correspondent and founder of The Race Card Project, will deliver the Commencement address to students in the School of Communications. Armen Keteyian, a correspondent for “60 Minutes Sports” and “60 Minutes,” will receive an honorary degree.
1 p.m. - School of Nursing
Mary Blankson, chief nursing officer at Community Health Center, will address undergraduate nursing graduates.
5 p.m. - School of Engineering
Greg Oneglia, vice chairman of O&G Industries, will address the School of Engineering graduates.