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Please join us in celebrating our Fall 2020 graduates during the College of Health Solutions Convocation in a virtual, online ceremony. The format may be different, but our excitement about celebrating our graduates is stronger than ever, and we encourage you to join us in honoring our graduate and undergraduate students.
Students: Please continue to monitor your ASU email for important updates about both the ASU graduation and College of Health Solutions convocation ceremonies.
The College of Health Solutions virtual convocation ceremony will be available Monday, Dec. 14, 2020, at 9 a.m. MST. The ceremony is pre-recorded, so it may be viewed any time after it premieres.
For information on all ASU commencement activities, visit University commencement.
Yes. The College of Health Solutions will host a virtual convocation ceremony on Monday, Dec.14 for our graduates. All ceremonies will be aired on YouTube.
We will hear remarks from ASU President Michael Crow and College of Health Solutions Dean Deborah Helitzer. Similar to an in-person ceremony, all graduates will have their names read. Students have the option to add personalized content to their individual recognition slide through the virtual graduation registration. (Students should watch their ASU email for the virtual graduation registration link on Monday, Oct. 12.)
Graduates will find the link to submit a registration for both the university commencement and the college or school convocation event on your My ASU page. If you would like to include your personal message along with a photo, you will need to complete the Virtual Graduation Registration. The deadline to submit a photo and personal message is Monday, November 30, 2020.
The Dec. 14 ceremony will be available to view online. We encourage you to share the link with all of your family and friends and invite them to celebrate your accomplishments. The video will also be available to view after Dec. 14.
Yes. If you plan to graduate this fall you must apply and pay the fee, whether or not you intend to participate in a ceremony. For information on how to apply, visit Applying for graduation.
No. If students choose not to take part in any ceremony and their university academic requirements are met, similar to prior years, they will receive their diplomas in the mail.
If you are an undergraduate student who is eligible for academic honors (Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude or Summa Cum Laude), the university will mail them to your Diploma Address beginning in late October 2020.
Honor cords are for undergraduates who have earned at least 56 credit hours of resident credit at ASU. Which cords you are given is determined by your GPA at the time you request the cords. For more information, visit Graduation ceremonies.