Graduating students have had a final semester like no other. While this year’s spring commencement is postponed, we know the Class of 2020 is still making plans and getting ready to do big, bold things. Read on to learn more about virtual commencement, life after graduation and joining the alumni family.
We honor your academic and service efforts during your time as a student Campbell University. Though we had a rough close to the Class of 2020, we are still Campbell strong. Your Campbell family wishes you much success as you lead with purpose and make change in our global community.
With heartfelt congratulations to the Class of 2020, Alumni President Marsha McCoy shares our sincere well-wishes in rhyme.View more well wishes from Campbell alumni
Spring 2020 Commencement Ceremony is postponed until further notice. Once we receive updated guidance on large gatherings, we will choose a date for a traditional, in-person ceremony with all of the pomp and circumstance that we look forward to each year.
In the meantime, graduates at every level — bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral — have earned their degrees from a highly-respected institution during one of the most challenging times in recent history, and that definitely deserves a celebration. Please join us virtually on May 9 at 10:00 a.m., as we celebrate the Class of 2020!
Celebrate in virtual style with your loved ones, both near and far, by using #CampbellGrad2020 while you watch.
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Traditionally, Campbell hosts the Academic Banquet at the end of each year, honoring those receiving awards from their academic department and the University. In light of recent events, we share the virtual roster to recognize students whose contributions to their department were outstanding. Congratulations, graduates!
There are currently no Spring 2020 Graduates (UG) events scheduled. See all University events.
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