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Commencement 2024

We are happy to announce the dates for the 2024 Commencement Ceremonies, May 9-13. Please check this website often as information will be updated as commencement nears.

Commencement 2024 schedule 
Dr Montgomery-Rice at the Morehouse School of Medicine

Commencement 2024 Speaker: Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice

Infertility researcher and health equity advocate Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, president and CEO of the Morehouse School of Medicine, will deliver the keynote address at Emory University’s 179th Commencement on May 13.

Learn more about the Commencement Speaker 

Congratulations to our 2024 graduates!

  1. Lucy Adelman


    Jane Chakraborty

  3. Rebecca Goodwin


  4. Athena Grasso


  5. Ezra Greidinger


  6. Doowon Kim


  7. Solomon Kim


  8. Naomi Layne


  9. Karyn Lisker


  10. Hannah Lu


  11. Elena Mavromatis


  12. Griffin Trejo Noble


  13. Nat Trejo Noble

  14. Oluwasijibomi (Siji) Osunkoya

  15. Ellile Paek


  16. Eli Parrish

  17. Lucienne (LuLu) Scully

  18. Rachel Seong


    Colin Song


    Patan Tippitak


    George Wu


  22. Carol Xu


  23. Hoxie Zeaven


  24. Vivian Zhao

  25. Zinc Zhao

  1. Oluwadamisi Akinpelu


  2. Michael Blankfein


  3. Emma Cornejo


  4. Kelly Fox


  5. Hernandez Gianluis


  6. Ruth Jao


  7. Seyon Kim


  8. Alexander Kolios


  9. Samantha Lai


  10. Mariana Lopez-Ruiz


  11. Sharon Miao


    Jacob Palmer


  13. Shiven Sinha


Oluwasijibomi Osunkoya

Friends of Music “Excellence in Music” Award
(graduating with honors)

Eli Parrish

Sudler Prize for Achievement in the Arts
Stipe Society Fellowship
(graduating with honors)

Doowon Kim

Scruggs Orchestral Prize Award

Our graduating seniors in action

Kind words from our graduates

The value of collaboration

Studying music at Emory has been a transformative experience for me. The mentors, colleagues, and friends I have had the pleasure to meet through Music at Emory have created some of my best memories.

Vivian Zhao
Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology and Music
Transferrable skills

Studying music at Emory has been one of the best aspects of my liberal arts education. I've been able to cultivate meaningful relationships with faculty, broaden my musical horizons, and gain many transferrable skills. It has been a privilege to study my artistic and performance passions in an academic setting.

Ruby Stillman
Human Health major and Spanish minor
A meaningful experience

Studying music has been transformative in ways I never could have anticipated. Most importantly, it has provided me with a balance that I will bring with me for the rest of my academic and personal life.