Held the evening of the last day of classes, Senior Assembly is a traditional ceremony in which the Amherst College faculty honors the graduating students. After a procession into Johnson Chapel, the Dean of the Faculty opens the ceremony, and the President awards prizes and honorary class memberships. Two students and a faculty member address the graduating class, and the ceremony ends with a recessional.
Graduating? See Senior Assembly Information for Seniors.
Hear speeches, see photos, and read about the awards given at past senior assemblies in our Commencement Archive.