- Majoring and Minoring in Linguistics
- Linguistics Courses
- Cognate Courses
- Linguistics Club
- Pre-Speech & Hearing Club
- Undergraduate Research
- Transfer Students
- Transfer Credit (including non U-M Study Abroad)
- Planning Your Career
- Commencement and Graduation
- 2023 Graduation
- 2022 Graduation
- 2021 Graduation
- 2020 Graduation
- 2019 Graduation
- U-M Study Abroad Opportunities (CGIS)
Congratulations, Class of 2020!
To our graduating linguists,
In your time at U-M you have worked diligently and grown immensely. Some of you are the first in your family to graduate from college. Some of you have made unique contributions to linguistic research. Some of you have inspired your classmates with your leadership in extra-curriculars. Some of you will earn degrees with honors and/or distinction. Each of you has made an important and unique impact on your classmates and professors in the Department of Linguistics. We know this time is not what any of us expected, and we are incredibly sad to not be able to celebrate with you in-person. However, we are immensely proud of you and we will miss you dearly.
Congratulations and Go Blue!
Linguistics Graduation Celebration
Our virtual celebration (below) includes remarks from:
Robin Queen, Department Chair
Ezra Keshet, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Kara Genther, Linguistics Student
Matthew Eby, Linguistics Student
We hope you will take the time to watch this video, and we encourage you to make the experience as celebratory as possible. Wear your cap and gown if you have it, watch it with loved ones
in your home or virtually with classmates, have a fancy meal before or after.
You deserve as big a celebration as this time can give you!
Department of Linguistics Virtual Graduation 2020
Quarantine can't prevent us from celebrating our graduating seniors! Congratulations to the U-M Linguistics Class of 2020. We hope you enjoy these remarks from faculty and classmates.
Introducing: The Newest Alumni of the Department of Linguistics
We are so proud of each of the 50 students who graduated with a major or minor in Linguistics in Fall 2019, Winter 2020, and Summer 2020!
Linguistics Class of 2020 - Memories and Well Wishes
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