The 2023 Commencement will take place on Wednesday, May 24, 2023, at the Baltimore Convention Center.
The NDMU Bookstore will remain open during Commencement Week Events.
Graduates should refrain from bringing personal belongings (purses, cell phones or other electronic devices) to Commencement. There is no secure location to store these items, and they should not be carried into the ceremony.
Neither the University nor the venue will be responsible for lost personal items.
Graduates should plan to arrive at the Baltimore Convention Center by 9:00 a.m. on Level 4 at the Check-In Desk.
You will need to present your blue entry ticket and receive a card listing your name as it appears on your diploma and Latin Honors (if applicable). DO NOT LOSE THIS CARD.
When you walk to the stage, hand your card to the reader before your name is announced. Please do not add or erase any notations on the card.
Procession will begin at 10:30 a.m., the ceremony begins at 11:00 a.m., and the ceremony will conclude around 1:30 p.m.
Please note that students are not permitted to walk or receive a diploma or transcript if they have an outstanding balance. Please contact the Business Office to settle balances and remove any holds on your account. You can visit us at Theresa Hall, Room 123, email email@example.com, call at 410-532-5440 (fax: 410-532-5104). Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday.
Graduating students can contact the Registrar’s Office to verify the spelling of their names on their diplomas or to provide a phonetic spelling of their name. Graduates will receive an email to their NDMU account when their degree has been posted and their transcript and diplomas are available. Visit us at Caroline Hall, Room 125, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 410-532-5327 (ND Express: 410-532-3600, Fax: 410-532-5789). Our office hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.
Graduating students are encouraged to:
Visit us at Theresa Hall, Suite 120 or email email@example.com to reach director Alan Jones.
Alumnae & Alumni Relations
The Office of Alumnae and Alumni Engagement supports the University’s more than 26,000 alumnae and alumni in connecting with each other and the University for mutual benefit and enrichment. Being a graduate of NDMU means more than receiving a diploma; you are also entitled to many great benefits. You are an important part of the NDMU community, and we want to keep you well informed of recent University news, activities, and events. After all, we are here to support YOU, so let us know ideas, questions, comments, and thoughts! We email our alumnae and alumni various times throughout the year, but please note that if you unsubscribe from one email, you will never receive any communications from us in the future, including important University announcements.
You can access all resources from the Office of Alumnae and Alumni Engagement online or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to reach Rose Glenn or Alexandra DeJohn. Most importantly are the forms to update your information, share your news, read our quarterly newsletter Tower Talk, and see upcoming events. We hope to see you at your first Alumnae and Alumni Weekend this September!