Graduation Weekend events are sponsored by the Office of the Dean. Registration and further details to come.
In-person attendance for graduates only
Speech by Professor David Besanko '82: Reflections on “Tragedy” in Business, Markets, and Society
Nota Bene is a series of lectures leading up to convocation that provides graduating students with one last chance to hear from some of Kellogg's favorite professors. This year's address will be held in a hybrid format in Gies Plaza. Graduates will be able to sign-up for limited seats with the lottery system.
By invitation only
Recipients of the Dean's Service Award, Beta Gamma Sigma and department awards are recognized. A light reception follows the ceremony.
Dress: Graduates should wear their cap and gown. Guests: business attire
Registration is required
Enjoy a chance to gather with friends and family. Kellogg will host 2 receptions per day in an outdoor tent. Each event has a maximum attendance, and students will be able to attend 1 reception over the course of the weekend. Students will select which event to attend, and will be able to invite up to 4 guests.
Tickets are required for the convocation ceremony.2:00 p.m.
Convocation concludes; plan your celebration with family and friends!