At Kennesaw State University, student success is our number one priority and the celebration of each student’s success during graduation ceremonies serves as the high point of the year.
Circumstances created by the coronavirus pandemic have required the postponement of commencement exercises for Spring and Summer and Fall 2020.
However, we are pleased to announce that commencement ceremonies for students who graduated in the Spring, Summer and Fall of 2020 and will be graduating in Spring, 2021, will be held during the week of May 10 – 14, 2021.
Even though there are additional details to be finalized, we wanted to provide you with the dates for the ceremonies below:
Commencement ceremonies will be held at Fifth Third Bank Stadium in order to provide for appropriate social distancing.
Beginning February 1, 2021, graduates from Spring, Summer and Fall 2020 who are interested in joining commencement ceremonies for their colleges will be able to register their participation through a portal that will be available on the KSU Commencement website.
This registration portal will close on February 28, 2021 with tickets being distributed for each commencement in April, 2021.
Students scheduled to graduate will still earn their degrees and receive their diplomas, consistent with academic standards.
Thank you for your continued hard work and support of Kennesaw State University and we look forward to celebrating all of our graduates in Spring 2021.
There is no doubt that a student’s graduation marks a very big achievement. You have tackled difficult exams, participated in extracurricular activities, possibly completed an internship or research project — all while making life-long friends and memories.
Rather than an ending, commencement (both the word and the ceremony) represents a beginning. It is appropriate that an occasion which marks the beginning of a new phase of life should be conducted with pomp and circumstance, stateliness and tradition.
A live stream of each commencement ceremony is available 15 Minutes prior to each ceremony.