2021 Spring Commencement

The University of Georgia has announced Commencement ceremonies for its spring 2021 graduates, inviting them to join together and celebrate their accomplishments in Sanford Stadium this spring—provided these gatherings are declared safe by federal and state health officials. Read the announcement here.

The Spring 2021 Undergraduate Commencement for College of Public Health graduates is scheduled to take place Saturday, May 15, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. in Sanford Stadium.

The Spring 2021 Graduate Commencement (for master’s and doctoral students) will take place Friday, May 14, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. in Sanford Stadium.

Tickets will be required for all ceremonies. Ticket information and more details on the spring Commencement undergraduate and graduate ceremonies will be posted at commencement.uga.edu. We look forward to honoring the Spring and Summer 2021 graduates!

The new CLEAR BAG policy for UGA athletic events is in effect for Commencement. Please click here for more information.

Information on December 2020 Undergraduate and Graduate Commencement ceremonies is forthcoming. For information on University-wide Commencement activities, visit https://commencement.uga.edu/.

CPH Graduation Celebration


Update

Dear students, 

As many of you know, UGA will be hosting in-person commencement ceremonies in May for undergraduate and graduate students.

In order to safely hold the event, commencement ceremonies for undergraduate students will be staggered across three days. College of Public Health students will be celebrated in the evening on Saturday, May 15th.

UGA’s graduate student commencement ceremony will be held in the morning on Friday, May 14th.

You can find more information about each ceremony, along with safety guidelines, ticket details, and alternative participation opportunities at commencement.uga.edu

CPH will not be hosting additional commencement events. We know that this may be disappointing for many of you, but we feel that the rate of transmission in our community is still too high to host a large, in-person gathering of our faculty, staff, students and families. 

However, this does not diminish the pride and excitement we feel for you and your accomplishments. We are proud of all you have done and will do to advance the health for all.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have questions. 

Dean Marsha Davis


Questions?

Please email cphadm@uga.edu.