School of Public Health and Health Professions

This virtual ceremony is for all students who are graduating from the School of Public Health and Health Professions. We are honored and proud to recognize their efforts and accomplishments.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

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An accessible pdf listing the members of the School of Public Health and Health Professions class of 2020 is available.

Ceremony Coordinator

April E. Whitehead

Student Information

Eligibility

Students who have processed application to candidacy forms, filed for degree with an expected conferral date of September 2019, February 2020, or June 2020, and who remain in good academic standing may participate in commencement. 

Recognition of Latin Honors

Students earning baccalaureate degrees (including those awarded as part of combined degrees) are eligible to receive Latin honors based on their UB cumulative grade point average (GPA) on the following scale:

Average (based on 4.0=A)

  • 3.20 — cum laude
  • 3.50 — magna cum laude
  • 3.75 — summa cum laude

To receive the Latin honors designation, candidates for the June degree conferral date must:

  • Qualify based upon their UB cumulative GPA through the winter intersession of that year, and projected UB credit hours through the spring semester of that year; standings for Latin honors may change once final grades are posted or degrees conferred.
  • Present a minimum of 60 credit hours of UB undergraduate coursework, at least 54 of which must be graded credits (i.e., not grades of 'P', 'S' or 'U').

Virtual Participation

All applicable and eligible students will be included in this virtual ceremony.  No registration is required.

Diplomas Mailed 6-8 Weeks After Conferral

The Office of the Registrar will mail your diploma to your permanent address approximately six to eight weeks after the conferral date. Students are responsible for making address changes; these should be made through your HUB Student Center to ensure that you receive your diploma.