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Starting Monday, August 26, 2019, all UNE students and staff must use the single-sign on portal, Okta, to access Blackboard, UNE email, and other UNE services such as UOnline. Click HERE for more information.
Congratulations to the Class of 2019
Commencement is an exciting day where we celebrate our students’ many achievements. There will be speeches, a triumphant walk across the stage to receive your diploma, photos, and smiles galore. Watch highlights from last year’s ceremony before the big day arrives!
Connections that Last a Lifetime
After years of bonding in discussion forums, Commencement is a chance to finally meet your peers in person! Learn how UNE Online intentionally builds a sense of community in our online environment so that you can make connections that will last far beyond your courses.
Understanding Regalia Worn at Graduation
It’s not just caps and gowns anymore! Regalia visually represents our graduate students’ academic journeys by recognizing their area of study and major honors. We break down the history and meaning of the day’s adornments such as gown colors, cords, stoles, and more.
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