George Mason University

Celebration of Graduates

Congratulations to the graduates of the Class of 2020. Your determination, strength, talents, and resilience have shown in your achievement. We honor your accomplishments. 

Celebrating and Honoring the Class of 2020

We are in awe of the achievements of the newest batch of Mason alumni. We hope that you will enjoy this recording of our celebration of graduates. We look forward to celebrating with you in person in the future. 

Hear messages from Interim Mason President Anne Holton, political leader Stacey Abrams, and other special guests, along with a performance by the Green Machine. During the ceremony, use the #Mason2020 hashtag to share your celebration photos with us.

At the conclusion of our recorded live-streamed event, go to your college’s celebration page and look for your individual slide, which can be shared on social media.

The Mason Nation extends sincere congratulations.

We celebrate the George Mason University Class of 2020 with great pride!   


Celebration of Graduates by College

George Mason University Honors PhD Graduates 

College of Health and Human Services

College of Visual and Performing Arts

Volgenau School of Engineering

School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Schar School of Policy and Government

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

College of Education and Human Development

Antonin Scalia Law School

School of Business

Honors College

College of Science

 


 

Mason Korea Celebrates Graduates

The 2020 graduates of Mason Korea on the Incheon Global Campus in Songdo, South Korea, are marking their achievements throughout the month of June through messages and photos.

Students are also posting videos, and Mason professors and staff are also offering their best wishes.

We congratulate our new Mason alums and share their excitement.

 


 

 

A message from Mason Interim President Ann Holton:


Dear Mason Class of 2020:

I hope this email finds you well and that your classes are going smoothly as we move into the last few weeks of the spring semester. I know this is not the ending to your studies that you had envisioned. Despite this, I want you to know that I couldn’t be prouder of your resilience and your adaptability. You’re not only completing your coursework but many of you are taking time to help others through this difficult crisis.

As I mentioned last week in our virtual town hall and follow-up message, because of the public health risks and the governor’s orders, and not surprisingly, we are unable to hold a traditional Spring Commencement ceremony this May. And yet many of you responded to our survey about a future commemorative event and your message was overwhelmingly clear: You want to walk across the stage at EagleBank Arena in front of friends and family, and we want to celebrate with you. You will all be invited to participate in an in-person ceremony at a future date when it is safe to do so.

In the meanwhile, we want to celebrate your accomplishments this spring. We have listened to your feedback on how best to do that, and I want to share with you the details about the Celebration of the Class of 2020.

We invite you to join us for a celebration of your efforts at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 22 on GMU-TV.This will include congratulatory messages from me and the deans, a short message from a member of the Class of 2020, a performance by the Green Machine, and special guests wishing you well. We hope you will take the time to celebrate your accomplishments and invite friends and family to do so as well.

In addition, each School and College will have its own dedicated graduation slide show with a message from your Dean and personalized slides for each graduate showing your name, degree, major and college. We invite you to share a photo along with an optional message for your personalized slide.

You will receive an email from gmuevent@gmu.edu with more information and additional specific details about what we can all look forward to during the celebration event.

We are all so proud of you and we can’t wait to honor you on May 22 and celebrate with you in person in the future.

Sincerely,

Anne Holton

Interim President

Graduation Timeline

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