As Grad Week continues, graduates are able to purchase their commencement gear and can expect an email later this month to register for their 30-minute time slot in the caravan event.
Students graduating from the classes of 2020 and 2021 must register online for a vehicle ticket and will select their 30-minute time slot within their pre-selected day in line with their college of study.
Graduates can expect a car parade featuring a jumbo screen and other virtual elements this May in lieu of a traditional ceremony.
Unlike years prior, not many students are expressing excitement for Long Beach State’s upcoming commencement as officials plan to host a hybrid ceremony featuring a car parade.
Long Beach State officials announced in a campus-wide email Friday that commencement will be held in a hybrid ceremony including a car parade for the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021.
Long Beach State has yet to make a decision regarding the class of 2021’s commencement ceremony despite previous statements from campus officials indicating an official announcement by Dec. 1.
As Long Beach State continues with remote learning next spring, the traditional in-person commencement ceremony looks toward another potential postponement.
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.