Cap and Gown Details


Cap and Gown Distribution

Cap and Gowns are available for all undergraduate candidates for graduation at the Graduation Fair on May 2, 2018 in the Villanova Room, Connelly Center.   More information will be made available in November.

Description

Villanova University uses a navy blue cap and gown for its Commencement activities. Sample photos are located here.  

Fee

There is no fee for academic attire.  

Ordering

Undergraduate students DO NOT need to order or be measured ahead of time. When you arrive to the Graduation Fair for pickup, you will be given your academic attire that matches your height and degree. 

Keep Your Cap and Gown

Graduates will keep all academic attire at the conclusion of the ceremonies.

Another Person Will Pick It Up

If you are unable to attending the Graduation Fair, you may have someone else pick up your items for you. You must first fill in the Graduation Fair form. Then, please provide that person in advance with written/emailed permission that includes your name, height, degree and Student ID number. They must provide that information during the Graduation Fair in order to receive your academic attire. In addition, students should complete the Senior Survey (parts I & II) before the fair if they are having someone else pick up their cap and gown.

What Is The History Behind The Cap and Gown?

History of the Academic Costume and Ceremony provided by the American Council on Education.

University Commencement Ceremony Video

Visit this link to view an archived webcast of the 2017 University Commencement Ceremony. Having trouble playing the video stream? Please confirm that your computer/mobile device meets the viewing requirements.

 

In addition, the video of the University Commencement Ceremony and each College Convocation will be available for viewing on the University's YouTube channel and available for download via ITunesU.

 

Future Commencement Weekend Dates

Year 2019: May 17-18
Year 2020: May 15-16
Year 2021: May 14-15

2017 Commencement Memories

Students laughing at commencement

Time to Graduate?

Review the Prospective Graduate Information and Checklist