2022 Commencement

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We are pleased to provide the following commencement arrangements in celebration of the University of Detroit Mercy 2022 graduates:

 

 

Detroit Mercy Dental Class of 2022 Dental Hygiene Pinning Ceremony & ADP Hooding

Thursday, May 12th -
Dearborn Inn20301 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124
(Limit 4 guests per student)
  • 12:45 p.m. - ADP Celebration luncheon, Dental Hygiene poster presentation for graduates & guests
  • 2:00 p.m. - Dental Hygiene Pinning/ADP Hooding Ceremony for graduates & guests
  • 5:00 p.m. - Dental Reception for DDS graduates & guests
  • 6:15 p.m. Hooding Ceremony for DDS graduates & guests

Detroit Mercy Class of 2022 Dental Hooding Ceremony

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Friday, May 13th -
Calihan Hall
Calihan Hall, 4001 W McNichols Rd, Detroit, MI 48221
(No limit for guests/ masks must be worn)
  • 8:30 a.m. - Students arrive at Ford Life Sciences building
  • 9:30 a.m. - Commencement Ceremony begins

Click here to see Commencement Program.

Forever Titans!

 

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Graduates may also share photos and videos with Detroit Mercy by tagging @detmercy on Twitter or Instagram and using #DetroitMercy2022.

Remember to update your email and mailing address at udmercy.edu/alumni for access to event invitations, monthly alumni e-newsletters, our alumni magazine Spiritus twice a year and other important University updates and opportunities. Stay connected with your classmates with Forever Titans.

Visit Herff Jones to order class rings, graduation announcements, diploma frames and academic regalia.

Congratulations, Class of 2022 and GO TITANS!

Baccalaureate Mass

Saturday, May 14 13 at 11: 15 a.m. (EST). LIVE STREAMED from Gesu Church

The Baccalaureate Mass is a tradition that dates back to 1432. The word Baccalaureate is from the Latin bacca, berries, and lauri, laurel. The word Baccalaureatus was then used to describe the laurel wreath given at commencements. According to tradition, students graduating from Oxford University were required, as their final test, to give a sermon in Latin to graduate. This practice was adopted into Catholic tradition and now the Baccalaureate Mass is a large component of most Catholic graduation ceremonies.