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School of Education Fall Recognition Ceremony

The KU School of Education Fall Recognition Ceremony for 2020 is not yet scheduled. More information to be provided.

  • Students are eligible to participate if they did or will receive an undergraduate or graduate degree in August or December. 
  • Students must register to participate. Register here
  • There is no limit on the number of guests and no tickets will be required.
  • Students and faculty will wear regalia (caps, gowns, and, for masters & doctoral degree recipients, hoods--purchasing information can be found here) and enter in a formal procession. Students will be grouped by degree and department. 
  • Students will have a designated seating area.
  • Students will cross the stage and be individually recognized. A professional photographer will take photographs and send electronic proofs. You may purchase the photos if you wish, but certainly are not obligated to do so.

Contact Paula Naughtin ( or 785-864-3726) with questions regarding the ceremony. We look forward to your attendance at this formal recognition ceremony.

Day of  Fall Ceremony Information - Please Read
  • Students should arrive 30 minutes prior to the ceremony; check in and name card pick-up will be at the Lied Center Pavilion. There will be signs to help direct you.
  • Guests should arrive no earlier than 45 minutes prior to the ceremony.

More Questions? Please review our graduation FAQ.

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Paula Naughtin
Convocation Coordinator
KU School of Education

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$938,377 in scholarship funds awarded to 420+ students
Research expenditures of $36,804,773 for 2011-12
Research from KU’s largest grant, the $24.5 million SWIFT project, assists educators, children, and families across the United States
The award-winning special education faculty published 140 refereed articles, 11 books, and 60 chapters in 2015-16
Students with intellectual disabilities are participating in KU undergraduate programs through a grant-funded KU special education program
Researchers on a $3.5 million grant are collecting data on an innovative reading program designed to teach reading to students with the most significant disabilities in seven Kansas school districts
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44 nationally ranked graduate programs.
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