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Celebrate the culmination of your hard work and achievements. The end of your educational journey at Lee College is the start of so much more!


Where: The PAC (Performing Arts Center, Map)
Saturday, May 11, 2024. Start times vary by pathway.

Silhouettes of graudates tossing their caps

  • Cere­mony 1 at 9 a.m.
    Liberal & Fine Arts
    Public Service
  • Cere­mony 2 at 10:15 a.m.
    Health Services
    General Studies – last names A-Bo
    Dual Credit (Hardin High School; Hargrave High School)
  • Cere­mony 3 at 11:30 a.m.
    Manufacturing and Industrial Pathway — Group A (Analytical Instrumentation; Computer-Aided Drafting & Design; Electrical Technology; Industrial Systems; Logistics; Pipefitting; Process Piping Design)
    General Studies — last names Br-L
    Dual Credit (Anahuac High School; Dayton High School; Hull-Daisetta High School; Liberty ISD; West Hardin High School)
  • Cere­mony 4 at 12:45 p.m.
    Manufacturing and Industrial — Group B (Instrumentation Technology; Process Technology; Safety Management; Welding)
    General Studies — last names M-O
    Dual Credit (Barbers Hill High School; Crosby High School; Home School)
  • Cere­mony 5 at 2 p.m.
    Applied Business
    General Studies — last names P-Z

Important Information

Graduation Regalia

Graduates are required to wear a black cap and gown for the commencement ceremony. Graduates may opt to wear a Lee College stole but it is not required. You may purchase your graduation regalia through Jostens online, it will be shipped directly to your address. Order early to ensure your regalia will arrive in time; please note the order deadlines displayed on the Jostens website and in the instructions emailed to graduates. Regalia is not sold on campus. The deadline to purchase a Lee College Proud Navigator or First Generation stole is April 4; the deadline to purchase your cap and gown is April 18. Jostens will ship the regalia directly to your address.

Bags will not be allowed on stage; please bring only essential items to the graduation ceremony or leave personal belongings with your guests. If it is larger than a cell phone and cannot fit in your pocket, it will not be allowed on stage.


Tickets are not required for guests to attend the ceremony. We ask that graduates limit the number of invited guests to a maximum of nine. Seating for guests is on a first-come, first-served basis, and there are no assigned or reserved seats. Because of space limitations, if we reach capacity limits in the Performing Arts Center, guests will be redirected to view the streaming ceremony in Nursing lecture hall, Room S01, in the McNulty-Haddick building (map).


Guests who cannot attend commencement in person may view the celebration virtually. Simply return to this page May 11 to view the livestreams.


A stage photo will be taken by a photographer. A photo link will be emailed to graduates who participate in commencement up to two weeks after commencement. You will be able to download your stage photo from the link.

Please contact Admissions & Records at with any questions.