Congratulations, EWU Class of 2020! Your personalized graduation experience is now available! Please check your Eagles email for your personalized ceremony link so we can celebrate you! Individual links are private, so family and friends should reach out to their graduates for access. The publicly accessible university videos are available below:
The deadline to upload graduation photos and congratulatory messages has passed. As we are busily working to prepare your personalized graduation experience, we cannot accept additional submissions at this time.
Graduates can expect to receive an email on Commencement morning with a link to their personalized website which they can choose to share with family and friends. Graduates will have 6 months to view and/or download these messages after Commencement Day.
The June 13 in-person Commencement ceremony has been cancelled.
Dear Campus Community:
Every year at Commencement, we celebrate our students’ academic accomplishments. Walking across the stage, hearing your name called in front of your classmates, family, and friends, is an experience like no other.
This year, unfortunately, the global pandemic has forced us all to reset gatherings, celebrations, and holidays. We can’t hold a traditional Commencement ceremony this spring.
Although we can’t bring everyone together physically this year, we’re committed to celebrating our graduates. Thus, we’re planning a virtual Commencement for our Class of 2020 semester and quarter program graduates.
Please join us online on Saturday, June 13, for this celebration. Information about the virtual ceremony will be updated here.
In addition, if you would have walked the stage this spring, I invite you to participate in traditional Commencement ceremonies in spring 2021. (If health restrictions are lifted by then, we may even explore holding a special in-person graduation ceremony in Fall 2020.)
Class of 2020, your perseverance and dedication through these challenging times make you a shining example of Eagle spirit and grit. I’m so proud of you! And I look forward to celebrating your success at our virtual Commencement ceremony. Watch for more information coming your way.
Stay safe, and be well.