The Fields Center works in conjunction with a range of student organizations, alumni affinity groups and administrative units on campus to organize multicultural graduation ceremonies that celebrate the accomplishments of students who have engaged in many areas of diversity at Princeton University.
The Latino Graduation was first initiated by students, more than 20 years ago, who desired the opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments and recognize the important role that Latino students have played in shaping the landscape of Princeton. The program provides an intimate setting for family, friends, alumni, faculty, staff and students to recognize the accomplishments of the graduates while embracing their new important roles as Princeton alumni.
2018 Latinx Graduation Ceremony
Dates and Time to be Announced
Carl Fields Center
The Pan-African Graduation, inaugurated in 2005, this ceremony serves as an intimate gathering for family, friends and members of the African diaspora to celebrate the culture and accomplishments of the graduating class. Generally, the event is followed by a reception.