Rutgers–Camden held four commencement ceremonies and – for the first time – a campus-wide Commencement and Honors Convocation on Wednesday, May 21, and Thursday, May 22, 2014.  
 

Wednesday, May 21


12 noon: School of Business

Susquehanna Bank Center, One Harbour Boulevard, Camden

Keynote Speaker: James P. McCarthy SBC '86, managing director, Goldman Sachs Investment Management Division

3 p.m.: Rutgers–Camden Commencement and Honors Convocation

Susquehanna Bank Center, One Harbour Boulevard, Camden

The Rutgers–Camden community celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2014 during this special ceremony, which included the presentation of top honors to the graduates.  

Honorary Degree Recipient and Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey C. Brenner, M.D.,  2013 MacArthur Fellow and executive director, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
 

thursday, May 22


10 a.m.: School of Nursing

Walter K. Gordon Theater in the Fine Arts Complex on the Rutgers–Camden Campus

Keynote Speaker: Robert Hess, executive vice president, Gannett Education

1 p.m.: School of Law

Susquehanna Bank Center, One Harbour Boulevard, Camden

Keynote Speaker: The Honorable Deborah T. Poritz, former chief justice, New Jersey Supreme Court; of counsel, Drinker Biddle

6 p.m.: Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Susquehanna Bank Center, One Harbour Boulevard, Camden

Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey I. Baron CCAS '69, partner, Baron & Brennan

Important Information

watch the celebration live online!

Can't make it to our ceremonies?  We've got you covered.  Watch the events live online on Wednesday, May 21, and Thursday, May 22.  >>Live videostream link

guests with disabilities

Rutgers–Camden is committed to making certain that these important events are accessible for all of our guests.  Reserved seating is available for individuals with special needs.  In order to better assist you, advance registration is requested for this service.  >>Register here

the grad collection

Everything that the new Rutgers grad needs to show Scarlet Pride is available through the University District Bookstore. >>Click here for more information

Outcome Survey for the Class of 2014

Students are asked to take a few moments to complete a Career Center survey that will help to advise academic units.  Students who have secured employment and/or been accepted for graduate/professional study are asked to complete the survey prior to commencement.  If your plans are not confirmed, additional surveys will be sent prior to the end of year.  The survey is very brief and all personal information will be kept confidential. 
>>Take the survey

traffic advisory

The Rutgers University Police Department advises that guests should plan accordingly for possible traffic congestion related to Rutgers-Camden commencement ceremonies.  >>Click here for more information


 

The Class of 2014

View photos from graduation.