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2021 Virtual Graduation

Department of Sociology
Friday, April 30, 2021
8:00 AM-11:00 PM
Join us for this special virtual event celebrating all our graduating students. Tune in on Friday, April 30th to view our graduation video. You'll hear congratulatory remarks from Sociology Department leadership, faculty, and GSIs. We will then recognize each of our amazing graduates!

Senior Class of 2021, we will honor you as individuals and you’ll be part of a special communal experience on-line. We are focused on celebration, the sense of occasion, being with friends, and recognizing your unique place in human history. The resilient Class of 2021 will be forever immortalized! Our wish is to create a memorable, uplifting moment for you. We want you to look forward with confidence, look forward to graduating and look forward to your future! We’re delighted to welcome you to your virtual graduation. Congratulations! How will you be recognized? It’s all about you! See how it works

- You will receive an email to your U-M email address with a link to upload a photo, personal message, and/or 10-second video. Your personal messages will be included in the ceremony for all to see.

- We’ll use your custom content and put you in the graduation procession with your fellow classmates. On the big day, invite your friends and family to join!

- You’ll also receive your personal StageClip – an individual recognition video clip that celebrates your achievement. Share it proudly!

If you cannot locate your personal invitation to upload content for the virtual graduation, please be sure to first check your spam/junk mail folder. You can also visit and enter your U-M email address to request that a new invitation be sent. Remember, your invitation is unique to you, please do not share your link with other graduates.
Building: Off Campus Location
Location: Virtual
Event Type: Livestream / Virtual
Tags: Celebration, Graduation, Sociology
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Department of Sociology