ECE Virtual Graduation Celebration 2021
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Ceremony: 7–9 p.m. | Virtual mingling: 6–9:30 p.m.
(all times are Pacific Daylight Time)
The highlight of every academic year is UW ECE’s Graduation ceremony, where we celebrate the years of extraordinarily hard work our students have put in as we look forward to their incredibly bright futures. We invite all family and friends of graduating students to join us via Zoom and Remo for this exciting transitional moment from student to new or continuing professional, researcher, academic, and all other future endeavors!
Zoom and Remo link information to be emailed at a later date.
Make sure your post-graduation contact information is up-to-date here!
Thanks for all of your hard work. We hope you’re staying safe and healthy!
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virtual Graduation Celebration 2020
Watch the 2020 Graduation video.
View the 2020 UW ECE Graduation program.
Photos & Video
Photos & Video
Commencement is a separate event from the department’s graduation ceremony.
To get your cap and gown, you must register for UW Commencement. To arrange parking for your family for UW ECE’s Graduation ceremony, you must work with Transportation Services through the Commencement website.
Attending UW ECE Graduation
Attire — Cap and gown (“regalia”) are strongly recommended; if you choose not to wear regalia, business attire (buttoned shirts, shoes, et cetera) is required.
Checking in — You will check-in at the Hec Ed loading dock starting at 6 p.m. Once you have checked in, you cannot leave the venue! Plan accordingly.
Families & Friends
Tickets — Are not required for UW ECE Graduation.
Photographs — Are welcome! We do ask that you remain in your seats and not approach the stage to take pictures, as we will have a professional photographer. The professional pictures will be available on the photographer’s website following the graduation ceremony.
Parking must be arranged via the UW Commencement website.
Other Venue Details
Disability Services — There will be volunteers/staff at the front doors who will provide directions and assist your guests with disability seating. Hec Ed is an arena, so there are plenty of wheelchair accessible seating areas.
Strollers — Guests should ask volunteers/staff for directions to the appropriate seating area.
Balloons — Balloons are not allowed in the venue.