Shelter In Place: Most Classes/Services Online through Fall Semester
Tag a photo of yourself between now and Graduation Day and your photo will be posted on Cabrillo's social media channels.
The ceremony is also captioned. The virtual ceremony will be available to watch through Sunday, May 31, 2020.
Although all in-person campus operations have been suspended until further notice, that won’t stop Cabrillo College from holding a commencement ceremony to honor the graduating class of 2020. On May 22 at 4 p.m., the college will hold a "virtual" commencement, to which all students, faculty, staff and the community at large are invited.
The virtual ceremony will allow for speeches to be displayed to the graduates and their families, along with the individual achievements of each graduate. Graduates can enjoy a communal moment by engaging via social media.
The ceremony will begin with the traditional “Pomp & Circumstance “ and welcome from Vice President of Student Services, Sue Gochis and then our stage program continues with congratulatory speeches by Cabrillo President Dr. Matt Wetstein, Board President Leticia Mendoza and Faculty Senate President Dr. Robin McFarland plus speeches by CCEU Vice President Jessica Carroll, and Student Trustee Madison Raasch and Student Body President Ana Lopez.