This year, thousands of students of different academic avenues ranging from high school to university levels not only had their semester cut short, but also have to delay their in-person graduation.
Hundreds of schools are having virtual graduations and/or scheduling a later date. But, what other platforms have virtual graduations?
Ceremonies are in order of date.
Life is Good
On May 7th at 7pm EST, Life is Good will have a virtual commencement on Facebook Live for graduates.
With a range of articles and sources for grads, Her Campus is putting out a virtual graduation on May 15 at 12pm EST. Many special guests include celebrities such as Jesse McCartney, Jaime King, and Liam Payne. Graduates can apply to be a speaker or performer. The class of 2020 can also create a grad announcement. Family members, graduates, and friends can attend the graduation as well. RSVP here!
Using Facebook Watch or their main page, graduates can participate in a virtual graduation. Oprah Winfrey will be the commencement speaker as words of wisdom from celebrities including Jennifer Gardener, Simone Biles, and Lil Nas X will sure to make the ceremony memorable. The ceremony will be on May 15th starting at 11am EST for multi-hour streaming. For more information to view, see here.
‘Graduate Together’ by the Obama’s
President and First Lady Obama will celebrate the class of 2020 virtually on three different occasions: for HBCU, high school, and all graduates. Why? The “culmination of years of hard work and sacrifice… [should be] recognized.” The Obama’s decided to honor the milestone. The two announced this on their Instagram.
- For HBCU graduates, log on Instagram on May 16th at 2pm EST.
- For high schoolers, click this link on May 16th at 8pm EST.
- Click here to ‘attend’ the class of 2020 commencement address on June 6th at 3pm EST with special guests including BTS, Alicia Keys, Zendaya, Lady Gaga, and Kerry Washington to name a few. RSVP here.