The class of 2020 is set to walk with the class of 2021 next May, President Jane Close Conoley announced Friday.
Seniors will get the opportunity to participate in a virtual ceremony early this summer before a physical ceremony is held.
Associated Students Inc. gave positive feedback on plans for a potential virtual celebration targeted for early summer.
After consideration, the administration has decided to maintain social distancing standards for COVID-19 and not resume on-campus life for the spring semester.
Some changes to the graduation ceremonies include more space for guest and students being able to keep their caps and gowns.
President Jane Close Conoley said in an interview with the Daily 49er Wednesday, the spring 2019 commencement ceremony would be moved yet again.
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