Make note of the following spring events in preparation for Commencement weekend:
- Wednesday, March 18 - Thursday, March 19 (10 AM - 4 PM)
- Tuesday, April 14 - Thursday, April 16 (10 AM - 6 PM)
- Friday, April 17 (9 AM - 3 PM)
Students are encouraged to visit the University Bookstore (lower level, Von der Ahe Building; 310/338-2889) or go online to order graduation regalia, announcements, sashes, diploma frames, and other graduation and Commencement-related items.
During Commencement Weekend, convenient locations throughout campus will have flowers, light snacks, coffee, and beverages for sale. Specific information will become available closer to the event.
LMU merchandise will be available at the University Bookstore. Students are welcome to wear special pins, honors cords, stoles, etc., that are offered by LMU organizations or programs but are not university-sponsored.
Personalized graduation announcements can be ordered directly from Herff Jones in Spring 2020.
Jostens ring representatives will be on campus for class ring orders. Look for the Jostens signs posted around campus. For locations and times, contact the Bookstore (lower level of the Von der Ahe Building, 310/338-2889).
Commemorative footage available on digital downloads and flash drives with an unobstructed perspective of the Commencement Mass and Commencement ceremonies will be created by eVid (formally known as Graduation Nation). Go to https://videos.evid.com/LoyolaMarymountUniversity to order. For inquiries, email email@example.com.
A variety of diploma frames is available for purchase from the University Bookstore.
Parents and students may pre-order flowers and leis from Graduation Bouquets and pick them up on campus on Commencement morning.
Professional photographers from GradImages will take students’ pictures when they receive their diploma cover. For more information, contact GradImages (firstname.lastname@example.org, 800/261-2576). Approximately four days after the ceremony, proofs of these photos are sent to each student to the e-mail and street addresses the student specified on the back of the name card. Students should write their street and e-mail addresses on the back of their name cards, as they are used to specify where Commencement picture proofs should be sent. It is important that students stay in the same order as when they handed in their name card, since this order determines which proof-photos they will receive.
Cap and gown for Bachelor’s Degree candidates can be obtained through Herff Jones (http://colleges.herffjones.com/college/lmu/). For additional assistance, please contact the University Bookstore (lower level, Von der Ahe Building; 310/338-2889). Students may not wear academic attire from previous ceremonies or other institutions.
At Loyola Marymount University, traditional commencement attire for Bachelor’s degree candidates consists of a black gown and cap, gold tassel, and hood trimmed in velvet corresponding in color to the subject of the degree earned. For example, a student with a major of Civil Engineering wears a hood with orange velvet trim. Please refer to the following list to ensure that you obtain the correct hood to wear at Commencement.
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Major (Degree) Hood Color African American Studies (B.A.) White Asian and Pacific Studies (B.A.) White Chicana/o Studies (B.A.) White Classics and Archaeology (B.A.) White Economics (B.A.) White Economics (B.S.) Copper English (B.A.) White Environmental Studies (B.A.) White European Studies (B.A.) White French (B.A.) White Greek (B.A.) White History (B.A.) White Humanities (B.A.) White Individualized Studies (B.A.) White International Relations (B.A.) White Journalism (B.A.) White Latin (B.A.) White Liberal Studies (B.A.) White Modern Languages (B.A.) White Philosophy (B.A.) White Political Science (B.A.) White Psychology (B.A.) White Sociology (B.A.) White Spanish (B.A.) White Theology (B.A.) Scarlet Urban Studies (B.A.) White Women's Studies (B.A.) White
College of Business Administration
Major (Degree) Hood Color Accounting (B.S.A.) Drab Applied Information Management Systems (B.B.A.) Drab Applied Information Management Systems (B.S.) Drab Business Administration (B.B.A.) Drab Entrepreneurship (B.B.A.) Drab Finance (B.B.A.) Drab Management (B.B.A.) Drab Marketing (B.B.A.) Drab
College of Communication & Fine Arts
Major (Degree) Hood Color Art History (B.A.) White Communication Studies (B.A.) Silver Dance (B.A.) Brown Individualized Studies (B.A.) Brown Music (B.A.) Pink Studio Arts (B.A.) Brown Theatre Arts (B.A.) Brown
Frank R. Seaver College of Science & Engineering
Major (Degree) Hood Color Applied Mathematics (B.S.) Bright Gold Athletic Training (B.S.) Bright Gold Biochemistry (B.S.) Gold Biology (B.A.) Bright Gold Biology (B.S.) Bright Gold Chemistry (B.S.) Bright Gold Civil Engineering (B.S. in E.) Orange Computer Science (B.S.) Bright Gold Electrical Engineering (B.S. in E.) Orange Engineering Physics (B.S.) Bright Gold Environmental Science (B.S.) Bright Gold Health and Human Sciences (B.S.) Bright Gold Individualized Studies (B.S.) Bright Gold Mathematics (B.A.) Bright Gold Mathematics (B.S.) Bright Gold Mechanical Engineering (B.S. in E.) Orange Natural Science (B.S.) Bright Gold Physics (B.S.) Bright Gold
School of Film & Television
Major (Degree) Hood Color Animation (B.A.) Crimson Film and Television Production (B.A.) Crimson Individualized Studies (B.A.) Crimson Recording Arts (B.A.) Crimson Screenwriting (B.A.) Crimson