The Senior Baccalaureate Ceremony is a long-held liberal arts tradition offering the graduating class and their loved ones a space for celebration, reflection, and community at a sacred moment of transition. This non-religious but sacred gathering happens each year prior to commencement. Each year’s event is orchestrated by a group of graduating seniors, supported by the Office of Spiritual Life. It’s a rich college tradition which celebrates the artistic works and creative expressions of graduating seniors.
Senior Baccalaureate 2023
This year’s Ceremony will take place on Friday, May 5th at 1pm in the Agnes Flanagan Chapel.
“Reflecting on our experiences over the years we’ve spent at Lewis & Clark, there is an overarching sentiment of resilience. Like the forest that surrounds this beautiful place, we’ve grounded ourselves here and come to know what it means to live on Palatine Hill. In this moment, we reach to each other and we reach forward, venturing beyond…”