Senior Mwambo

30th Annual Senior Mwambo Ceremony

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

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The Senior Mwambo Ceremony is an African rite of passage ceremony that marks the transition of black graduates from their lives at the University of Miami to advanced education and professional careers. This ceremony was established in 1992 through the vision and love of a very dynamic and caring international student from Malawi, East Africa; Mr. Patrick A. Masala.

May 10: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST
Location: Shalala Center Ballrooms

**Senior Mwambo is open to all UM undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students. Limited capacity is available, so we encourage you to register today.** 

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**Family and friends are not required to register for the ceremony.*

Faculty, Staff and, Alumni

ABOUT SENIOR MWAMBO

The term "Mwambo" literally means ceremonial rite of passage. It is Chichewa and comes to us from Malawi, East Africa where it was founded. The Senior Mwambo is an African rite of passage ceremony designed to recognize the accomplishments of our black graduates and their families. It is a celebration of the transition from one stage of life to the next.

If you have any questions regarding the Virtual Senior Mwambo Ceremony, please contact the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs at msa@miami.edu.