► Wednesday, June 12, 2013
► Thursday, June 13, 2013
► Friday, June 14, 2013
Tickets and additional information will be mailed three weeks prior to the Convocation ceremony. Please ensure that your addresses are correct at my.uwindsor.ca. If your permanent address is your mailing address and you do not have a mailing address recorded, your tickets will be mailed to your permanent address.
► Saturday, October 19, 2013
Convocation details to be posted at a later date.
Here at the University of Windsor, hoods are of the simple Oxford design.
Baccalaureate (bachelor’s) hoods are black, lined with Windsor colours: monastra blue with two gold chevrons; the hoods are three feet long with a two inch velvet border.
The colour of the border indicates the discipline in which the graduate is receiving his or her degree:
Arts & Science (mauve)
Fine Arts (brown)
Public Administration (emerald green)
Social Work (peach)
Science (golden yellow)
Computer Science (antique gold)
Environmental Studies (bright green)
Forensic Science (red)
Mathematics (mint green)
Operational Research (burgundy)
Business Administration (sapphire)
Business Studies (navy blue)
Education (light blue)
Applied Science (orange)
Human Kinetics (sage green)
MEng, BEng.Tech (grey)
All candidates at the doctoral level receive the Doctor of Philosophy degree, which is conferred in the area of specialty.
Doctoral hoods are of the full Oxford design, and are gold, lined in monastral blue with two gold chevrons.
The hood for the Honourary Degree (honoris causa) is of the same pattern as that of the Doctor of Philosophy, but is of monastral blue velvet with gold soutache braid trim, matching the blue and gold Honorary Gown. Honorary degrees are awarded not only for the outstanding intellectual accomplishments, but also for the major contributions to the arts, culture and society at large.