Four virtual ceremonies, each celebrating graduates from two colleges, will be presented at 11 a.m. Arizona time (12 p.m. on the Navajo Nation) on Friday, April 30, and links can be found at nau.edu/commencement. Each site will feature a main stage message and degree conferral from President Cheng with the provost and the dean of the Graduate College. Congratulatory videos from the Arizona Board of Regents, student government representatives and the Alumni Association also can be viewed.
While we encourage participation at 11 a.m. on April 30, the site can be accessed anytime after that. It will be available through the summer.
To verify your college, please go to your LOUIE account and click on the Academics tab. If your college is listed as Online, Statewide, and Education Innovation OR Provost Office, you will participate in the NAU Online, NAU Yavapai, NAU Yuma college ceremony.
Every student who applied to graduate has a custom slide with their name, major and honors (if applicable). Graduates who submitted photos and/or messages will have those included. Each student with a slide will have their name read aloud. You can view slides for every student or search for an individual slide.
Convocations recognize and celebrate graduating students from all walks of life. Students who RSVP’d for a specific convocation received digital stickers to add to their slides to indicate affiliation. A list of the stickers and their meanings can be found online.
You will receive your diploma approximately eight weeks after grades are posted. Now that you’re a Lumberjack alum, update your contact information and engage with your alma mater through the NAU Alumni Association. Stay connected and follow @NAUAlumni on social. Looking to attend graduate school? Explore NAU’s Graduate College.