Maxwell Graduate Convocation

When: Friday, May 11, 2018 10:00 a.m.

Where: Hendricks Chapel

Keynote Speaker:  Jeffrey Gonda, assistant professor of history and recipient of the 2018 Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research

2018 Convocation Ceremony

Guests: You may invite as many guests as you wish.

Dress: Professional Dress or Regalia (optional)

Eligible Students: Any Master's candidate who has completed his or her degree requirements by December 2017, May 2018, June 2018, or August 2018. Any PhD candidate who has earned his or her degree by April 24th 2018.

Reception: A reception in your honor will immediately follow the convocation ceremony. Hors d’oeuvres, iced tea, and lemonade will be served on the Maxwell Courtyard/Foyer.

Parking: All guests may park in Irving Garage and West Zone parking lots by the Carrier Dome at no charge. 

Hendricks Chapel is handicap accessible. Please let us know in advance if you or your guests need special accommodations so that we can make this occasion as comfortable as possible.

Notes: Lineup will begin at 9:00 am sharp in the Strasser Legacy Room (220 Eggers Hall) for instructions, lining up, and processing over to Hendricks Chapel.

Maxwell Undergraduate Convocation

Reception Locations

Saturday, May 12, 2018 – 11:00 a.m.

Each year the faculty and staff of the Maxwell School of Syracuse University look forward to the celebrations surrounding Convocation and Commencement. We particularly enjoy welcoming graduating seniors, their parents, family and friends to our department and program receptions following the College of Arts and Sciences Convocation.

This year the receptions will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, 2018.

To accommodate you, the receptions are arranged by department and spread throughout the Maxwell School complex, consisting of both Maxwell and Eggers Halls.  Below is a list of the locations of the department receptions corresponding to the majors (or minors) of graduating seniors.  The locations also will be posted at the entrances when you arrive, and students and staff will be there to direct you to the receptions of interest to you.

Anthropology
MAXWELL FOYER, First Floor, Maxwell Hall

Citizenship and Civic Engagement
MAXWELL FOYER, First Floor, Maxwell Hall 

Economics
STRASSER COMMONS, Second Floor, Eggers Hall

Geography
151 and 155 EGGERS, First Floor, Eggers Hall

History
151 and 155 EGGERS, First Floor, Eggers Hall

International Relations
STRASSER COMMONS, Second Floor, Eggers Hall

Policy Studies
MAXWELL FOYER, First Floor, Maxwell Hall

Political Science
STRASSER LEGACY ROOM, Second Floor, 220 Eggers Hall

Sociology
MAXWELL FOYER, First Floor, Maxwell Hall