UW-River Falls

Family and friends of University of Wisconsin-River Falls graduates will gather in person to celebrate commencement achievements on Saturday, Dec. 18. Face coverings will be required.

Fall commencement will honor 442 bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates during two ceremonies at Knowles Field House in the Falcon Center.

The first ceremony at 8 a.m. is for the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences; the College of Business and Economics; and Graduate Studies.

The 11:30 a.m. ceremony is for the College of Arts and Sciences; and the College of Education and Professional Studies.

UW-River Fall’s 2021 Distinguished Teacher Patti Cudd, distinguished music lecturer, will be recognized during the ceremony.

Chancellor Maria Gallo will confer degrees. Presenting candidates for degrees are College of Arts and Sciences Dean Dean Yohnk; College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences Dean Dale Gallenberg; College of Business and Economics Interim Dean Marina Onken; College of Education and Professional Studies Interim Dean Ogden Rogers; and Associate Provost Wes Chapin.

Those not able to attend can tune into the livestream:

8 a.m. ceremony; https://livestream.com/uwrf/events/9931618

11:30 a.m. ceremony; https://livestream.com/uwrf/events/9931627

For more information, call the UWRF Registrar’s Office at 715-425-3342.

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