Let’s Celebrate the Class of 2020!
- Leon Hess School of Business:
- Marjorie K. Unterberg School of Nursing and Health Studies
- School of Education
- School of Science
- School of Social Work
- Summer Commencement for July and August Degree Recipients
- Wayne D. McMurray School of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Grad Images Photography
GradImages, a professional photography service, will be at commencement to photograph graduates as they are recognized on stage. Your proofs will be sent via e-mail to your student account and mailed to your home address. If you have any questions regarding your proofs, please contact GradImages Customer Service Department at (800) 261-2576 or email them at email@example.com. You may pre-register your e-mail address at https://www.gradimages.com/preregistration to ensure an accurate address is on file. By pre-registering, you will receive a coupon for 20% off your order.
The colors you will see in the hoods of our faculty represent the various fields in which the degrees were taken:
|Apricot – Nursing||Salmon Pink – Public Health|
|Orange – Engineering||Golden Yellow – Science|
|Brown – Fine Arts||Scarlet – Theology|
|Pink – Music||Green – Medicine|
|Citron – Social Work||Yellow-Brown: Commerce, Business, Accounting|
|Purple – Law||Lemon-Yellow – Library Science|
|Crimson – Journalism||White – Arts, Letters, Humanities|
|Sage Green – Physical Education||Light Blue – Education|
|Dark Blue – Philosophy|
Graduation with Honors
Undergraduate students who are baccalaureate degree recipients having earned at least fifty-six (56) credits at Monmouth University and have a cumulative GPA no lower than 3.50 will be graduated with honors. This distinction is indicated on the diploma. Academic honor cords, to be worn at Commencement, will be distributed to students with their cap and gown.
- Cum Laude: 3.50 – 3.64
- Magna Cum Laude: 3.65 – 3.84
- Summa Cum Laude: 3.85 – 4.00
Honor society and non-academic honor cords will be distributed by the advisor for each of the relevant organizations. If you are currently a member of such an organization, you should contact your advisor to determine if and when honor cords will be distributed to the graduating members.
Graduate students are not eligible for honor cords unless provided by their specific academic discipline’s honor society.