An assembly or meeting.
An assembly of the clergy, by their representatives, to consult on ecclesiastical affairs.
An academical assembly, in which the business of the university is transacted.
a special gathering of a religious or academic group, usually marked by use of special vestments, ceremony, procession, etc. Also the name of a special group of ordained persons. Some dioceses meet as a convocation. Sometimes the meeting of all the clergy of a diocese is called a convocation.
aka Graduation, held every June and October.
1) Ceremony held each March to admit new fellows or doctors to the college and to install new officers, or 2) The masters, fellows and students as a governing body.
The formal conferral of degrees takes place at a convocation ceremony in the fall and spring each year. Graduates become members of the Convocation of the University as soon as the Senate, which generally occurs several weeks before the convocation ceremony, grants their degrees.
the act of convoking
an assembly of the clergy of England , belonging either to the province of Canterbury or to that of York , to consult on ecclesiastical matters
an assembly of the people where their presence is commanded, under power and authority
a special ceremony for the graduates of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at San Jose State University
Convocation refers to the formal ceremony held yearly at AU, usually on the second Friday and Saturday of June, in Athabasca, Alberta. AU also has a graduation in absentia ceremony on the first Saturday in December.
an assembly of university faculty and students during which a ceremony is held to confer degrees on graduates. Also called "commencement" and "graduation ceremony."
A group of people convoked, especially the members of a college or university community who are assembled for a ceremony.
Formal ceremonies held by universities at which degrees are awarded to graduating students.
The ceremony that occurs in the spring and fall where degrees are conferred on the graduands.
graduation from a University program; annually there are two, Spring Convocation and Fall Convocation. For convocation information check out Convocation website.
An assembly of the members of the University to recognize the admission of students to degrees and certificates and to announce prizes, awards, and honours. Convocation is held twice a year, in May or June, and October.
The large, formal ceremony where students receive their degrees, diplomas and certificates, the university's version of graduation ceremonies.
1. A day set aside in the fall semester (usually in September or early October) to officially celebrate the beginning of a new academic year. 2. A ceremony held by each of the colleges and the Office of Graduate Studies and Research before graduation to recognize the accomplishments of their outstanding graduates.