2021 Taubman College Commencement Celebration
We invite the Taubman College Class of 2021 and your families & friends to join us from around the world for a celebration of your many accomplishments this spring:
Sunday, May 2
The ceremony will be streamed live, and will include remarks from Taubman College leadership, student speakers selected by their classmates, recognition of individual graduates, and graduate award presentations. Additional links will be provided closer to the ceremony date.
For those unable to join live, a recording will be made available.
Please note, graduates will not be on camera during the virtual ceremony. Graduates participating in the University of Michigan virtual graduation ceremony are not required to wear academic attire, but may choose to obtain their own. If you would like to order academic attire for your own use outside of the ceremony, you may follow this link.
Questions? Email Katee Cole at email@example.com
President Mark Schlissel invites all University of Michigan graduates to join in safely celebrating the Class of 2021 through a virtual ceremony on Saturday, May 1 at noon EDT. Updates on the University-wide ceremony, along with answers to many Frequently Asked Questions, are available at the University of Michigan Commencement Website. The university is also inviting all graduates who missed out on an in-person ceremony due to COVID-19 to attend and participate in any future Commencement of their choosing. They and their families will be our honored guests at these future ceremonies and the graduates will be recognized not just for the completion of their degrees but also for their resilience and fortitude in persevering during these challenging times.