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Commencement Panorama

Whitney Cipolla receives Marcy Lawless Service Award

Whitney CipollaWhitney Cipolla, a senior in the Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences, is a May 2017 candidate for a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Women’s and Gender Studies, with a minor in Education.

During her time as a student at The University of Tulsa, Whitney has amassed an extensive résumé of academic achievement, leadership experiences and community service. [Read more]

University commencement is a tradition in which the university president grants degrees to graduating students from all schools, colleges and affiliated institutions. During the graduation ceremony, other outstanding members of the TU community are recognized through the conferring of awards and honorary degrees.

Commencement Webcast

Family members and friends who are unable to attend may view the ceremony live over the Internet. The ceremonies will only be streamed in real time, and an archived version of the events will be made available at a later date. The processional starts at 9:45 a.m. and the ceremony begins at 10 a.m. at the the Donald W. Reynolds Center.

Disability Accommodations

Individuals with disabilities wishing to have special services should contact the 504 coordinator in advance of commencement by calling 918-631-2315, or TDD 918-631-3329.