Convocation brings together the Wilson community – students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends – to celebrate the new academic year.
 
The 2020 Convocation is at 11 a.m., Sept. 15, and will be held virtually.

Please use this link to join today’s virtual Convocation event at 11 a.m.
 
The event will begin with the procession of Wilson’s President and Academic Dean along with Wilson’s Chaplain, featured speaker and WCGA’s President.

Convocation 2020 Program
 
Convocation’s theme is Wisdom, Honor and Justice. The speaker will be Associate Professor of Philosophy, John Elia.

The ceremony will conclude with all new Wilson members signing the Honor Principle which will be made available digitally.

Sign the digital Honor Principle form here. 
 


Convocation, from the Latin convocare, can be translated as a "calling together", and defined as a "ceremonial assembly of members of a college or university".

Wilson College has a long-standing tradition of calling together her members each year, at the beginning of the fall semester. Held in the Alumnae Chapel, Thomson Hall, faculty, students, staff and administrators are all called to participate in this important academic event.