Virtual Commencement Ceremony 2020

graduation cap with "There's a Big Beautiful Tomorrow" text

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton will hold virtual commencement celebrations on or around May 15 for all students earning degrees at the end of the 2020 spring semester.

The university postponed its in-person commencement due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The virtual event does not replace an in-person ceremony and members of the class of 2020 will be invited to participate in a future in-person commencement.

The virtual ceremony will include many of the traditional elements of a commencement with an address from the chancellor and the reading of graduates’ names. For easy viewing, the events will be divided by majors into separate videos.

During the ceremony, photos from student IDs will display when students’ names and degrees are read. Students can choose to opt out if they don’t wish for these photos to be shown. Students may also share a brief message through Formstack about their future plans such as career or transfer opportunities, which will be read at the ceremony.   

The virtual ceremony will be shared on the UACCM website and all social media pages. Members of the 2020 class, their friends, and families are invited to gather online and make this the largest UACCM commencement season ever, as college leadership recognizes graduates on completing their degrees and certificates. 

Stay updated with further announcements about the virtual commencement and other college updates at uaccm.edu.

 

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