Watch highlights from the University's 156th Commencement

Watch highlights from the University's 156th Commencement

By University Communications
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Thousands of graduates, their friends and families watched a livestream of the University's first-ever virtual Commencement.
Thousands of graduates, their friends and families watched a livestream of the University's first-ever virtual Commencement.
Nadia Alvarez Mexia of UA Global was among 46 faculty and staff members who recorded congratulatory messages for graduates.
Nadia Alvarez Mexia of UA Global was among 46 faculty and staff members who recorded congratulatory messages for graduates.

Joined by family and friends, thousands of graduates watched a livestream of the University's first-ever virtual Commencement, which included remarks from President Robert C. Robbins, presentations by deans and an inspiring address by alumna Alison Levine, a history-making polar explorer and mountaineer.

If you weren't among the more than 6,500 viewers of the live ceremony on May 15, or would like to watch some of the highlights, you can find a recording of the livestream on YouTube.

Levine's address begins around 48:25. A virtual performance of "All You Need is Love" by students in the College of Fine Arts begins around 1:11:25.

You also might want to check out:

  • Congratulatory videos recorded by faculty and staff members. Those can be found on this YouTube playlist.
  • The 2020 Spotify Playlist, which can be found toward the bottom of the Commencement website.
  • The students who were presented with awards in recognition of outstanding service to the University and the community.

 

 

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