The Spring 2018 Place-based Schedule.


> Required: May 10-11

Graduation/Leadership PBS, May 10-13






Thursday, May 10 and Friday, May 11 Leadership Wrap-up & MP Presentations; View place-based schedule All Day

Environment Hall/Field Auditorium

DEL-MEM  Parking available Bryan Center Visitor Lot (PGIV) > MAP


Friday, May 11 Graduation Reception Afternoon

Environment Hall/Wegner Art Gallery

Same as above. Parking available in Circuit Lot > MAP
Saturday, May 12 NSOE Recognition Ceremony; RSVP to attend 9:00-11:00am; line-up at 8:15am

Chemistry Lot, West Campus

MEM, MF, DEL-MEM, NSOE PhD, and JD/MA Tickets not required;  RSVP to attend. Parking available in Circuit Lot > MAP
Saturday, May 12 Reception for NSOE Recognition Ceremony 11:00-12:30pm

Environment Hall/2nd Floor & Patio

Same as above. Tickets not required; Parking in the Circuit Lot  > MAP
Sunday, May 13 University-wide Commencement Ceremony 9:30-11:30am; line-up 8:15am; procession of candidates at 9:00am

Wallace Wade Stadium, West Campus

All spring graduates 

(this includes September and December 2017 grads)

See the Duke Commencement Website for more info and Student information


All of the below information, and the most current NS and Duke Graduation information and links can also be found here.

  • The schedule is attached. If there are any updates, students will be notified via their Duke email address. If you’d like a hardcopy, bring one with you. Note: we will not be in our usual classroom in the LSRC, but rather Field Auditorium in Environment Hall (the building right next to the LSRC).
  • The NSOE Graduation site has info about alumni benefits, the student exit evaluation, and other graduation details. Student instructions for the Nicholas School ceremony can be found here.
  • Parking: As we’ve mentioned, parking will be at a premium. For Thursday and Friday, your best bet will be the Bryan Center Parking Garage (map attached), but as it’s a busy week, it cannot be guaranteed. The Circuit Lot (at the corner of LaSalle and Circuitmay be open for guests, and would be worth a look before you head over to Bryan Center. It’s right across the street from Environment Hall. Please allow yourself plenty of time each morning to park and walk to Environment Hall to be on time for our sessions. General Duke parking information during Commencement week can be found here.
  • Miscellaneous:


If special accommodations are needed, contact Cindy Peters at no later than April 15.


Please don’t forget to do your To-Do’s to include but not limited to:

  1. Apply to graduate in the DukeHub
  2. RSVP for graduation
  3. Submit your graduation checklist

More info here…


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