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Commencement


Summer 2014 Graduation Application Deadline

The Summer 2014 Graduation Application deadline has passed.

For more information, please contact your Academic Advising Center (undergraduates) or the Graduate College (graduate students).


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Watch Commencement Live from Our Jumbotron

While there is no substitute for attending a commencement ceremony in person, we recognize there are family and friends of graduates who are not able to travel to San Marcos. Therefore, Web-based streams of each ceremony will be available below by clicking "Watch Live". The links will be available a few weeks prior to the ceremony. Please note that delays or related issues may appear, depending on your computer processing speed and internet connection.


Summer 2014 Commencement

Friday, August 8, 2014

Strahan Coliseum

Friday, August 8, 2014, 10:00 a.m. WATCH LIVE
College of Applied Arts
McCoy College of Business Administration
The Graduate College

Friday, August 8, 2014, 2:00 p.m. WATCH LIVE
College of Education
College of Fine Arts and Communication
College of Health Professions
The Graduate College

Friday, August 8, 2014, 6:00 p.m. WATCH LIVE
College of Liberal Arts
College of Science and Engineering
University College
The Graduate College


To view future ceremony schedules, please click here.

To view past ceremony recordings, please click here.


Your Name at Commencement

While applying for graduation, you may have noticed that your name needs to be updated in the University database. For example, adding your full middle name instead of just a middle initial.

In order to change your name with the University, you must submit a Personal Information Update Request with the Registrar's Office. http://www.registrar.txstate.edu/our-services/personal-info-update.html

This name change will affect your diploma, the commencement program, your name Reader Card, and all other university documents.


The Difference Between Participating in Commencement and Graduating

It is important that candidates and families understand the difference between "participating in commencement [walking across the stage]" and "graduating [receiving a diploma]".

Please visit the Candidate Instructions page for details.


For information regarding the graduation application, click here.

For diploma information, visit the Candidate Information webpage and the Registrar's Office website.

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