Baccalaureate is a service honoring the graduating class, held each spring. During the service, an address in the is delivered by a faculty member or respected leader in the community. Faculty and graduates process in cap and gown for the ceremony.
Commencement exercises are held three times per academic year: spring, summer, and fall. Graduates make dreams come true as they walk across the stage to be handed their well-earned diplomas.
Held each fall, Convocation marks the ushering in for all freshman students at Piedmont.