Community Graduation Celebrations

Lavender Graduation

The PRIDE Banquet and Lavender Graduation is the closing event for PRIDE week and serves as a celebration and recognition of the contributions of current students to the Dartmouth LGBTQIA+ community. Graduating students are honored with rainbow tassels and have their accomplishments celebrated.

Lorna C. Hill Black Graduation

Formerly known as the Black Baccalaureate, The Lorna C Hill, '73 Graduation and Awards Celebration is a culminating recognition celebration for graduating seniors who identify as part of the Black community. During the Stole Ceremony, students are initiated into the Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association (BADA), and stoles are received by students to wear during the campus-wide official graduation ceremony. The celebration typically takes place the Friday of Senior Week/Graduation Weekend.

LatinX Graduation ¡Si Se Pudo!

During the ¡Si Se Pudo! Latinx Graduation Ceremony, the Latinx community comes together to celebrate the contributions of graduating seniors. Seniors offer words of advice to fellow students and stoles are awarded to wear during graduation.

Pan Asian Family Reception

During the Pan Asian Family Reception, students and their families come together to recognize the contributions of graduates and celebrate the completion of their undergraduate degree. The event immediately follows Commencement.

International Student Graduation Luncheon

The International Student Graduation Luncheon offers students, their families, and other loved ones an opportunity to celebrate graduating students' accomplishments together before they return to their respective communities and countries. The event immediately follows Commencement.

First Generation Low Income Commencement Ceremony

The First Generation Low Income Commencement Celebration celebrates First Generation students at the culmination of their undergraduate career. A time for celebration with friends, family and community, students come together to applaud each other, look towards the future, and reflect on their First Gen experiences.