CAMDEN, NJ — Following in the footsteps of colleges across the country — including Rutgers University — Camden County College’s 2020 graduates will partake in a virtual commencement ceremony this year due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
"You overcame many challenges this semester and have every reason to be proud of your accomplishments during these unprecedented times,” said CCC’s President Donald Borden.
The ceremony will be held at noon on June 15.
“I am personally inviting you back on campus to participate in the 2021 commencement ceremony to walk across the stage next May,” he said in a letter to the campus.
The application deadline for graduates to have their name appear on the virtual commencement list is June 1. Students are instructed to complete their applications and send them to their academic advisor at email@example.com).
"To mark your milestone, the Camden County College Foundation is sending all 2020 graduates a free cap and tassel as a token of our appreciation for your efforts," Borden said. "We invite you to decorate your cap and send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or send us your personal story of how you made the transition to online learning to achieve your academic goals.
For information on the virtual commencement ceremony, visit camdencc.edu/graduation.