Lavender Graduation is a cultural celebration that recognizes LGBT students of all races and ethnicities and acknowledges their achievements and contributions to the University.
Lavender Graduation is for graduating LGBT students, their friends, and families to participate in a smaller, more intimate ceremony both meaningful and personal prior to the formal graduation on May 11. Students will receive a symbolic lavender diploma. Many universities, including Georgetown University and American University, have Lavender Graduations since they began at the University of Michigan in 1995.
This historical event will feature a reception and an awards ceremony with Drago Renteria as the keynote speaker.
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