This week, I am excited to celebrate our graduating students. While they’re not getting the commencement or hooding ceremony that any of us had hoped for, it’s important that we continue to recognize their hard work and lift up their achievements. Thank you to all of you who have played a part in their success. Join us in celebrating our graduates as outlined below, and stay tuned for information on in-person celebrations later this year.
Throughout this semester—with your leadership—we’ve made supporting our students a top priority. From classrooms and One Stop, to Facilities Services and the Student Health Center, to advising and career coaching, to revised grading policies and generous donations by alumni and friends, our Volunteer community has put the health, safety, and success of our students first.
While supporting our students looked different this semester, it has never been more important. Thank you for all that you have done in service to our students and their success.