For your compassion, your resilience, and your commitment to the profession and community — we could not be more proud of the Class of 2024!
Guests visiting from out of town are encouraged to reserve travel and lodging accommodations early, ideally in the fall. Commencement information will continue to be updated as it becomes available.
Monday, May 13, 2024
MD graduates and their guests are invited to attend the all-university ceremony Monday morning, as well as the separate MD recognition ceremony, at which each MD candidate is recognized, in the afternoon. Commencement is a rain or shine event. Ceremonies also will be viewable online via livestream.
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All-University Commencement Ceremony | 9 a.m. CT
Medical students are encouraged to participate in the university-wide graduation commencement at Francis Olympic Field on the Danforth Campus. Please see the WashU Commencement website for details.
Commencement Festival | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. CT
The all-school Commencement Festival immediately follows the morning ceremony. The celebration will include local food and beverage, games, photo opportunities, live entertainment, and will stretch from Mudd Field to Tisch Park.
MD Commencement Ceremony | 3 – 4:30 p.m. CT
Washington University will recognize individual graduates of Doctor of Medicine programs at the MD Commencement Ceremony at Varsity Gym on the Danforth Campus. The MD Commencement Ceremony will be viewable online via livestream. Please monitor the WashU Commencement website for details and updates.
Celebrating the Class of 2024
Join us for the following events to celebrate our graduates!
Feb. 21, 2021 | 9 – 12:00 p.m.
University Bookstore, Danforth Campus
Join us for the return of the Washington University Grad Fair! This one-day event takes place at the University Bookstore in the Mallinckrodt Center on the Danforth Campus. Free food is provided by Chicken Out.
The Class Toast kicks off graduation season with the announcement of the Commencement speakers and the Honorary Degree Recipients. There are photo stations, brief remarks from the stage, and plenty of food and beverage. The Toast is also the beginning of a warm welcome to the WashU alumni community.