Florida State University will hold in-person commencement ceremonies for its Spring 2021 graduates, President John Thrasher announced Thursday.
“This has been an extraordinary year in many ways, and I’ve been so impressed by your resilience and flexibility,” Thrasher wrote in a letter to graduates. “You have worked through some tremendous challenges in order to graduate. That’s why I’m thrilled to announce that Florida State University will celebrate this incredible milestone with in-person commencement ceremonies in April.”
The university will hold 11 smaller commencement ceremonies over the course of two weekends: Saturday, April 17-Sunday, April 18, and Friday, April 23-Saturday, April 24. Thrasher will serve as the featured speaker at each ceremony.
All ceremonies will be livestreamed for those unable to attend in person. For more information, visit commencement.fsu.edu.
Arts and Sciences: Computer Science and Psychology
Arts and Sciences: Biological Science; Chemistry and Biochemistry; College STEM Teaching; Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science; Mathematics; Physics; Scientific Computing; Statistics
Arts and Sciences: Anthropology; Classics; English; History; Humanities; Modern Languages & Linguistics; Philosophy; Religion; Women’s Studies
College of Music: All Academic Departments/Programs
College of Nursing; College of Education; College of Applied Studies: All Academic Departments/Programs
Dedman College of Hospitality; Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship; College of Fine Arts; College of Medicine (undergraduates and Doctor of Philosophy students only): All Academic Departments/Programs
Social Sciences and Public Policy: Economics; Geography; International Affairs; Political Science; Public Health
Social Sciences and Public Policy: African-American Studies; Asian Studies; Demography; Social Science; Latin American Caribbean Studies; Askew School of Public Administration and Policy; Sociology; Urban and Regional Planning
College of Human Sciences: All Academic Departments/Programs
College of Criminology and Criminal Justice, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, The Graduate School: All Academic Departments/Programs
College of Business: Accounting; Finance; Business Analytics, Information Systems and Supply Chain
College of Business: Business Administration; Management; Marketing; Risk Management/Insurance, Real Estate and Legal Studies
College of Communication and Information; College of Social Work: All Academic Departments/Programs
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-The North and East Drives will be reserved for ADA parking.