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Soon-to-be A&GS grads line up to take part in the College’s annual spring Convocation.
Over 125 A&GS students earn undergraduate and graduate degrees every year.

All students entering the College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences are assigned a projected graduation date, based on the level of math completed (for students pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree), or the level of foreign language completed (for students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree).

Any A&GS student with a 3.50-3.74 OU GPA graduates with Distinction
Any A&GS student with a 3.75+ OU GPA graduates with Special Distinction

Please note that this is a projected, not a confirmed graduation date.  A&GS students who have earned at least 75 hours are strongly encouraged to schedule a Degree (Graduation) Check in the A&GS Dean's Office to confirm their remaining degree requirements and graduation date.  Please call (405) 325-3095 to schedule an appointment.

If you are pursuing a minor or second undergraduate degree outside the College of A&GS, please check with an academic counselor in that area to confirm that you have met requirements for your minor(s) or second degree.  The College of Atmospheric and Geographic Sciences is not authorized to confirm minors and majors not in the College of A&GS.

In addition to a Degree Check, students must file a graduation application with the university during their final semester at OU.  Graduation applications are available at one.ou.edu under the Academics tab.

The University of Oklahoma Commencement 2022. Commencement Details - 7pm on friday may 13, 2022. The gaylord family Oklahoma memorial Stadium, 180 West Brooks Street norman, ok. Stadium gates open at 5:30pm.  WHAT IS COMMENCEMENT? During Commencement, President Joseph Harroz, Jr. will o cially confer your degree. Doctoral candidates will be individually recognized, and all other graduates will be recognized collectively with their colleges. The ceremony will conclude with a fireworks display. SPEAKER David Brooks is best known as an op-ed columnist for The New York Times, a position he has held since 2003. He is also a regular commentator on “The PBS NewsHour” and NPR’s “All Things Considered.” His writings and commentary explore culture, politics and the social sciences.  PROGRAM Digital programs will be available by scanning the QR code in the venue seats. Graduates and guests who wish to receive a printed program, to be mailed in June, can submit a request by scanning the QR code in the venue seats. ACCESBILE SERVICES Accessible services are available for graduates and guests. Learn more at ou.edu/commencement. TICKETS are not required to attend commencement. DIPLOMAS Diplomas will be mailed to the address indicated on your graduation application two to three months after the end of the semester. KNOW BEFORE YOU GO! SAFETY PROTOCOLS  All guests and graduates will be screened. Guests and graduates are encouraged not to bring in bags for quicker entry. Only clear bags can be brought into the stadium. INCLEMENT WEATHER In case of inclement weather, Commencement will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Lloyd Noble Center (2900 S. Jenkins Ave.). LIVESTREAM Commencement will be livestreamed for those who are unable to attend. PHOTOS Professional photographers will take photos throughout Commencement and Convocations. Complimentary proofs will be sent to you. For more information, contact Candid Color Photography at oklahomapartypics@candid.com. For more detailed information, visit ou.edu/commencement. The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution. ou.edu/eoo
Image: The University of Oklahoma Commencement 2022 Flyer (PDF)