Campus Activities coordinates all parts of the Commencement Program. It’s the culmination of everything we’re all here for.
Serenading is an old Vassar tradition that involves walking from house to house singing class songs, with some watergun action thrown in.
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group performs at the annual “A Cappella Till You Puke” festival.
Founder’s Day is the annual spring celebration of Matthew Vassar’s birthday. Music is a major highlight.
Everyone looks forward to Founder’s Day.
Convocation is held in the Chapel and takes place in the fall and in the spring to open and close the academic year.
Fall convocation in the Chapel.
The African Violets are first- and second-year students who assist the Council of Black Seniors and lead the procession at the baccalaureate service on the eve of commencement.
The Daisies are a group of sophomore women who assist the senior class throughout the year, and who lead the commencement parade carrying a 150-foot chain of daisies.