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Ask Champchamp the bulldog

Dear Champ,

My student is graduating this spring and will be walking for commencement. When is UMD’s commencement?

Dear Parent,

Spring 2019's Commencement Day is May 11th, 2019. More information can be found here.


Signed, Champ 
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