Congratulations soon to be Johns Hopkins University Graduates! 

Commencement will find all Bachelor and Master students wearing regalia made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles! Fewer plastic bottles will be choking our landfills because for every JHU student walking at commencement, an average of 23 plastic bottles was used to manufacture their cap and gown.

In the effort to remain green on campus, the line of graduation wear - named GreenWeaver - is made of fabric spun from molten plastic pellets. With some 60 million plastic bottles going into U.S. landfills every day, JHU is helping to turn trash into keepsakes.

Doctoral Graduates walk in official Johns Hopkins University regalia, available as a purchase or rental.

For those students staying in academia, purchasing official Johns Hopkins University regalia allows you to show you school pride by wearing this new regalia at ceremonies where you may be on faculty.

Important Dates:
Graduation Date: May 23, 2018
Last day to order: April 14, 2018

Graduates should pick up their regalia on Wednesday, May 16th between 11am – 2pm in Unger Lounge.  

Students participating in the Peabody Commencement Ceremony are required to attend a mandatory rehearsal on Tuesday, May 22nd at 10am in Griswold Hall. Graduates are required to wear their regalia to the rehearsal. Class photos and individual portraits will be taken immediately following the rehearsal. 

Graduates are encouraged to stop by the Peabody Grad Fair on Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 from 11am – 2pm in Unger Lounge. Information and resources will be available regarding JHU class rings, diploma frames, class pictures, and more!

For additional information regarding Peabody Commencement, please visit

**Please note group orders will not be accepted. Only one complete package may be purchased per order.** 

  School Ordering is now closed.

If you still need regalia, please stop by the Johns Hopkins University Bookstore
located on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus at
3330 St Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.