2021 Honors Convocation will be a digital, view only event. All content will be pre-recorded and available for viewing on Tuesday, May 18.
Congratulations to our 2021 Scholars!
Nemanja Boskovic, Timothy Bowler, Ethan Brown, Sean DeSautelle, Katelyn Dubreuil, Corey Erickson, Ethan Faxon, Kaitlyn Haeffner, Coltrane Houlis, Mary Hughes, Elizabeth Langfeld, Brian Lundgren, Spencer Mears, Melissa Mullen, Jared O’Connell, Eric O’Neil, Susan Orr, Jamila Peguero, Sydney Rollins, Carlos Sandoval, Anna Scott, Kaitlyn Squibb, Robert Tinsley, Rafaela Tonne, Brianna Turner, Jillian Wienzek, Allyson Young
Fatima Aljic, Madison Allen, Calista Barbowski, Catherine Bennett, Simren Bhogal, Katelyn Blue, Jordyn Boyce, Jeremy Clague, Nicolas Cullerot, Noor-Aldean Deek, Julia Denaro, Samantha Diggins, Patrick Dodge, Peter Dodge, Eugenia Fedorov, Doreen Ford, Alida Gervais, Alexandra Gomez, Seana Gosselin, Riley Grant, Kevin Harrington, Jason Harris, Nela Klonowski, Nisha Krishna, Isabelle Laizure, Nathan Landry, Alina Le, Alexus Lefort, Michael Lentz, Hannah Lindh, Derrick Loughlin, Maria Luccisano, Dana Matson, Maeve McDonnell, Cassandra Meaney, Anton Millington, Davis Moore, Jacob Moreau, Nicholas Noboa, Yukti Patel, Josue Perez, Victoria Rolon, Elizabeth Scrima, Kristina Shalygina, Rebecca Skahan, Zachary Smalley, Nicholas Spinosa, Kaitlyn Todd, Lauren Tuite, Andrew Wasylyna
2021 Honors Convocation Ceremony
*This is a digital, view only event. All content has been pre-recorded. Awards and honors cords will be mailed to students.
2021 Honors Convocation program
Each spring the UNH Manchester community celebrates the outstanding academic achievements of our undergraduate students at the Honors Convocation ceremony. Convocation is the second-largest academic ceremony at the University, next to Commencement, and a time for students and their families to join with University administration, faculty, staff, and their peers to celebrate their academic success.
The program includes recognition of student achievement including Presidential and University Scholars, Academic Program Awards, Writing across the Curriculum/Emerging Writer/Meritorious Writing Awards, Undergraduate Research Conference Awards, and Honors Societies recognition.
WHat is Convocation?
Convocation is a large formal assembly, from the Latin convocare, "to call together". Honors Convocation refers to the formal ceremony held annually when faculty and staff "come together" to recognize and celebrate the academic achievement of our undergraduate students. Family and friends are encouraged to join in honoring your achievements.
Students' names are called for recognition as University Scholars, Presidential Scholars and for academic program awards and honors. You come up to the platform to receive your honor or award from the Provost of the University, the college Dean and the college Associate Dean.
How do I rsvp?
Please follow the instructions on your official invitation and contact Mary Young at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or concerns.
What time is convocation?
We start promptly at 6:00pm and the ceremony should take between 75 and 90 minutes. Light hors d’oeuvres will be available. You are welcome to come a half-hour early to enjoy some refreshments and mingle with your classmates.
What is Business Casual Attire?
A general definition of business casual includes appropriate pants, slacks, pantsuits and skirts/dresses. Business casual tends to exclude jeans, athletic wear, T-shirts, and sweatshirts. Ties are optional.
The venue is accessible. ASL interpretation is provided. Individuals requiring ADA accommodations should contact Jenessa Zurek at 641-4383 or Jenessa.Zurek@unh.edu at least two weeks in advance of the ceremony.
Honors Convocation is a public event and a professional photographer will be taking photos during the ceremony. The photographer will also be available after the ceremony for formal photos of our students, their guests, faculty, and staff members.
The photographs that will be taken will be available for download on the college's Flickr gallery approximately two weeks after the event.