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As a DrOT, DPT and PharmD student who entered the University as a first-year student in 2011, or who transferred into those programs before earning a bachelors degree, you will be eligible to earn a bachelors degree at the end of the 2014-15 academic year even as you continue your matriculation toward your professional degree.
Students who anticipate graduating with a minor should check on WebAdvisor to confirm that the minor is listed. If you have any questions regarding your minor, please contact the department where your minor is offered.
Graduates with Disabilities
Please inform us if you are unable to walk up or down stairs, or are visually or hearing impaired. We can make arrangements to accommodate you and enable you to participate in the Conferment Ceremony. Please contact Michele Albert at 215-596-7619 or email@example.com
The university has decided to hold a special Bachelors Degree Conferment Ceremony.
The ceremony will be a full cap-and-gown affair, with students being acknowledged individually by the faculty for the earning of their degrees. Latin honors and the completion of minors will be acknowledged at the ceremony. We will invite a guest speaker, and in addition, we will ask each of the colleges to select a graduate to speak to the graduates, faculty and guests.
Photos will be taken of all graduates.
Legacy Society Seating
At USciences, legacy is defined as any individual – University student or alumnus – with a familial connection to another University student or alumnus, including those related by marriage.
Alumni Relations is pleased to celebrate the long-standing tradition of generations of families who have attended University of the Sciences in Philadelphia with our Legacy Society.
We would like to offer seating in the reserved section to Legacy Society guests of our graduates.
If any of your guests – parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins or siblings – are alumni of USciences, then your party is eligible for Legacy Seating in the Reserved Section.
Please send an e-mail to Casey Ryan, Director of Alumni Relations, firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
With this information, we will be able to guarantee space in the Reserved Section for your guests.
The number of guests that each graduate can invite will be determined by the number of graduates who petition to participate in the ceremony, and will be determined early in the spring semester. However, each student will be given a minimum of four (4) admission tickets for family and/or friends as well as 10 announcements.
Students participating in the Bachelor’s Degree Conferment
Ceremony (Bobby Morgan Arena)
Diplomas will not be distributed at the ceremony. Diplomas will be mailed directly to degree recipients approximately 4-6 weeks after the ceremony. Please make sure that the Registrar's Office has a valid address to mail your diploma to by completing the Diploma Address portion of the BS/BSHS petition.
Professional photographs will be taken during the event and will be available after the event. Additional information to follow in the coming months.
The cap and gown will be provided to you at no charge and will be distributed in the ARC in the Rec Gym on Conferment Day starting at 9:30am.
Please click here to order your cap and gown. Deadline for ordering is April 13th.
Parking for patrons with a valid handicap license plate or other authorized identification is available near the main entrance.
RESERVED SEATING for Guests with Disabilities
Reserved seating is available for persons using a wheelchair, are visually impaired or hearing impaired. Please contact Scott Sisson at email@example.com or call 215-895-1127.
There will be more details about the Bachelors Degree Conferment Ceremony coming to you over the next few months. We are looking forward to the opportunity to honor you in a special way for the earning of your bachelors degree as an important milestone on the journey to your professional degree, and we hope you will participate in this special event!