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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Student at commencement.We know you’ve worked hard during your time at University of Detroit Mercy. Commencement is a time to celebrate all that hard work with the entire Detroit Mercy community.

To make your commencement experience go as smoothly and enjoyable as possible, be sure to visit Preparation to Graduate, the Frequently Asked Questions, and as the big day approaches, Graduation Day.

For information on the commencement ceremonies of Law and Dentistry, please refer to the School of Law Commencement page and the School of Dentistry Commencement page.


    Senior Class Giving

    You will always remember your days at Detroit Mercy, the professors who taught you and the lifelong friends you made. As a member of the Detroit Mercy family, we ask that you help continue the legacy that shaped your experience at Detroit Mercy by making a gift to the 2017 Senior Class Gift Campaign.

    What is the Detroit Mercy Senior Class Gift?

    The Detroit Mercy Senior Class Gift Campaign promotes the importance of philanthropy through a student-lead financial campaign. All a senior has to do is make a modest contribution to help leave our mark and make a difference for future students. Donate today.

    Join the committee!

    Committee members are asked to make a gift, help finalize the project that campaign funds will benefit, and help plan and promote multiple events throughout the second semester. The main goal is to celebrate Detroit Mercy seniors and raise awareness and funds for the Senior Class Gift Campaign. Show your school spirit and help the committee run a successful campaign. Email to sign up. 

    How much should I give?

    We’re suggesting a gift of $20.17 to remember the graduating class, but a donation of any amount can help make a difference in the lives and experiences of Titans for generations to come. The campaign has both a dollar goal and a donor goal. The number of senior students giving to the campaign positively influences the University’s ranking in publications such as U.S. News & World Report.

Contact information

Cap & Gown

For information on the Cap & Gown, check Preparations to Graduate. For additional questions please contact the Registrar’s Office at 313-993-3313.

Baccalaureate Mass

For information on the Baccalaureate Mass, contact Campus Ministry at 313-993-1560.

Interpretation for the deaf

Please call 313-578-0310.

Student accounts/Graduation fee

Contact the Student Accounting Office at 313-993-1420

Graduation requirements

Contact the College/School Dean’s Office. Requirements vary by college and program.

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