Speakers: Cécile Alduy, Chair. Sarah Prodan, Speaker.
Congratulations to all our graduating students!
The Division will host our Diploma Ceremony and Reception on Sunday, June 12, 2022.
We invite you to join the celebration of our graduates with Doctoral, Master’s, and Bachelor’s Degrees. The ceremony will start at 12:30pm at Dinkelspiel Auditorium. Come as early as 12:00 to take photos and enjoy light refreshments.
The reception will at the Oregon Courtyard near Pigott Hall (Main Quad, Building 260). Alumni from 2021, 2020, and past years are welcome to attend the ceremony (in the audience) and reception. Graduates with a DLCL minor may join our reception after participating in the diploma ceremony of their major department.
RSVP here. This link is for attendance only. Graduating students and participating faculty have already confirmed their participation in the ceremony.
If you require a disability-related accommodation, please contact dlclevents [at] stanford.edu by June 3.
More information about the University's plans are available on the Commencement website.
COVID Health & Safety
What COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place for the ceremony?
Up-to-date information about Stanford’s visitor policy can be found on the HealthAlerts website.
Do I need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or have a recent negative COVID-19 test to visit campus?
It is strongly recommended that all attendees be fully vaccinated (including boosters) or, for those unable to be vaccinated, obtain a negative test for COVID-19 within 24 hours prior to attending any events. Vaccination status and test results will not be verified at the ceremonies. If you feel sick or test positive for COVID-19, DO NOT attend any in person events on campus and stay home. The main Commencement ceremonies will be livestreamed for anyone who is unable to attend.
The DLCL will not be livestreaming or recording our in-person ceremony. We will have programs available for graduates to bring home.
Are face coverings required?
Visitors must comply with the University’s face covering requirements. With certain exceptions, face coverings are no longer required but continue to be strongly recommended on-site, regardless of vaccination status.