Overview

Dates & Venue

Griffith College graduation ceremonies will take place from Tuesday November 8th 2022.

Graduation dates for each campus are outlined below: 

 

Dublin

  • Ceremonies to take place: 8th, 9th & 10th of November 2022.
  • Timetables for the Dublin ceremonies are available here.
  • Click here for our Guidelines and Checklist for the Dublin ceremonies.

 

Cork

  • Ceremonies to take place: 17th of November 2022.
  • Timetables for the Cork ceremonies are available here.

Limerick

  • Ceremonies to take place: 23rd of November 2022
  • Timetables for the Limerick ceremonies are available here.
Graduation at Griffith College

What will my Graduation involve?

  • Those who have successfully completed their courses in 2022 will be conferred with their award at a ceremony arranged by the college and attended by the College President, academics and invited guests.
  • Ceremonies take place in-person in the month of November. If you do not attend your ceremony you will be conferred in absentia.
  • Those attending will register in advance for their academic robes for the ceremony, as well as applying for up to two tickets for their guests to attend. Professional photographers can also be booked to capture the moment with you and your guests.
  • During the ceremony you will be presented with your award certificate by the President of the College. Those who do not attend the ceremony have the option to collect their parchment or have it posted to them in the weeks after ceremonies finish.

 

Diarmuid Hegarty Hands parchment to student

How do I prepare to attend the ceremony?

 
  • Register your interest in attending.
  • Book your academic robes, which you will be required to wear for the ceremony.
  • Book your guest tickets. Please note: tickets are strictly limited to 2 per graduand.
  • Optionally: Book a professional photo to be taken on-site after the ceremony. Graduates arrange this directly with the photography company, not through the college.

Frequently Asked Questions

- You will still be considered a graduate following the ceremony, even if you do not attend. 

- You will be contacted by the Graduations office in advance of ceremonies and can then arrange to either have your parchment posted to you, or to collect your parchment from the college, in the weeks following the ceremonies. You will find more information here.

- Please note: Collection or postage of parchments will not be permitted until after the graduation 2022 ceremonies have concluded.

If you or your guests require letters or documentation in relation to visas to travel for the ceremony, please contact the International Office: [email protected]

  1. Note the exact day and time of your ceremony 
  2. Ensure you have booked your robe and tickets. Information on steps to complete your booking will be communicated in advance of ceremonies.
  3. Arrive an hour in advance of your ceremony with your guests.
  4. Follow the signage to collect your academic robes for the ceremony.
  5. At least 30 minutes before the ceremony begins: Guests should make their way to the auditorium and graduating students should make their way to the academic line-up area to join their class. 

Limited parking spaces are available on the grounds of graduation venues.

The college will communicate information with you directly via the email address we have on your file. Please always keep your personal details up to date to receive all communications released.

 

You can edit your personal details on MyGriffith by accessing My Info > Personal Details > Edit.

 

 

If you or any of your guests have any special needs or requirements for the ceremony please inform the graduation officer at [email protected].

 

For the graduating class of 2021/22, if you have completed all of your coursework but you have not yet graduated, please contact your faculty about obtaining results/transcripts/completion letters.

You can contact the Graduation Office directly by emailing: [email protected].

 

Please note that during graduation season the office receives a large volume of requests and, while all correspondence will be addressed, your patience is appreciated.