Special Video to Honor STLCC Class of 2020
Commencement is an exciting milestone for as many reasons as there are students who are graduating. St. Louis Community College had to change plans for commencement, but has devised a way to acknowledge its 2020 graduates.
While the actual commencement ceremony tentatively has been postponed, graduating students will be recognized with a special video in their honor. The video will debut at 7 p.m. Friday, May 8. Check it out at stlcc.edu/commencement.
The video will feature the following speakers:
- Dr. Jeff L. Pittman, Chancellor
- Dr. Andrew Langrehr, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
- Dr. Christine Davis, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
- Dr. Kevin M. Martin, STLCC Board of Trustees Chair
It also will feature the following student speakers:
- Jason Parsons, Florissant Valley
- Edita Sinanovic, Forest Park
- Beth Burton, Meramec
- Kris Klein, Wildwood
You also can watch on STLCC’s official social media channels – Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. And, you’ll be able to see congratulatory messages from family, friends, professors and classmates online at stlcc.edu/commencement.
Would you like to add a message to the board? Post yours on social media with #STLCCGrad2020.
STLCC’s in-person commencement is tentatively postponed until December 2020. A location and date will be determined for this ceremony. STLCC will follow state and local guidelines related to COVID-19.