Join us on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at 1pm Central time to virtually celebrate Chamberlain graduates from the January 2022, March 2022 and May 2022 sessions. This virtual event will feature remarks from university leaders, a special commencement speech and recognition of our graduates.
Prior to the scheduled broadcast time, the ceremony video will be posted below in premier mode – displaying a countdown to 12:30pm on Saturday October 1, 2022. At 12:30pm, there will be 30 minutes of pre-ceremony video to allow you to test your connection, optimize your viewing method and get ready to participate. At 1pm, this pre-show video will end and the ceremony will officially begin.
Chamberlain University Virtual Commencement: Summer 2022
After watching the ceremony, if you would like to view and save your personalized graduate slide, you can do so by visiting the MarchingOrder website and searching your name. Additionally, you can check out these congratulatory messages from your Deans and the Alumni Association.
An electronic version of the commencement program book is available for downloading, saving, and/or printing. This book contains the names of graduates who completed during the July 2021, September 2021, November 2021, January 2022, March 2022, and May 2022 sessions. Please note that inclusion in the commencement program book is based upon academic completion date and not upon commencement ceremony attendance.
Educational Justice for All: A Roadmap Toward Progress
The Social Determinants of Learning
Chamberlain University has published research findings on the role social factors play in achieving learning effectiveness. The framework, Social Determinants of Learning (SDOL) ™, is an actionable model to address learning disparities and expand learning opportunities to support nursing student diversity, equity and inclusion.
Learn more about the Social Determinants of Learning
The Social Determinants of Learning Framework, Explained
Learn more about our Social Determinants of Learning framework in this informational video.