2023 Commencement: Tuesday, June 20, 2023
The University of Oregon is pleased to announce this year’s spring commencement exercises will be held on Tuesday, June 20, 2023. Because our typical commencement day (the Monday after spring term finals) falls on the Juneteenth holiday, the University Commencement Ceremony at Autzen Stadium and all school and college ceremonies will be held on June 20.
The university will release additional details regarding the times and locations of school and college ceremonies and other activities, regalia, parking, the Grad Parade, and more on the commencement website in the weeks to come. Eligible students will receive additional information via their @uoregon email in early spring term.
Our graduates join a long legacy and large community of alumni around the world, and we look forward to celebrating the Class of 2023!
More information will be provided as event details are finalized.
University Commencement Celebration
Tuesday, June 20, 2023
9:00 a.m. PT at Autzen Stadium
Congratulations, Graduating Ducks!
The University of Oregon is delighted to announce the 147th commencement ceremony will be held on Tuesday, June 20, 2023, at 9:00 a.m. PT at Autzen Stadium. Qualifying graduates are welcome to bring as many friends and family members as they would like—no tickets will be required. We ask that all graduates RSVP and include the number of guests that you anticipate will attend.
All ceremonies for schools and colleges will follow that same day, where graduates will receive individual recognition.
UO Commencement is a Substance-Free Event
To ensure a positive experience for graduates, their guests, and the university community, UO Commencement is a substance-free event except for formal receptions, where alcohol is served in OLCC-regulated locations. This includes all activities, and applies to indoor and outdoor venues, including the main University Commencement Celebration in Autzen Stadium and individual school and college ceremonies.
Students found in possession of prohibited substances could be subject to sanctions including, but not limited to, confiscation of the substance(s), being denied access to commencement activities, or notification to law enforcement regarding illegal substances.