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Do sitting at graduation

Convocation and Graduation

Warnell Convocation 

Warnell's convocation takes place every fall and spring semester. The ceremony, which includes both undergraduate and graduate students, takes place at the Classic Center in downtown Athens. Graduating students receive tickets for friends and family upon completion of their exit survey. The exit survey is emailed from advisors, and these instructions will be made clear to all graduating students each semester.

Fall Convocation

  • Warnell's Fall Convocation is normally held 12:30–2 p.m. on the Friday of UGA's fall undergraduate commencement. More information will be provided when available.

Spring Convocation

  • Warnell's Spring Convocation will be held 3 p.m. Friday, May 10 at The Classic Center (300 N Thomas St, Athens, GA 30601).

UGA Commencement

For the latest information on undergraduate and graduate ceremonies for the University of Georgia, please visit the official Commencement website:

Commencement teaser and fireworks

Celebrating our graduates

To celebrate our graduates and the Warnell experience, we created a series of downloadables for students, alumni and friends of Warnell.

Warnell Coloring Pages

scary camping scene


Exterior scene


Chopping wood


Deer head


A scary camping scene by Matt Head Warnell building exterior by Wade Newbury Artistic tree stump by Wade Newbury Artistic deer head by Wade Newbury

Warnell Bingo

Bingo text

Download your own bingo card and play with your friends!

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