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TCU Class of 2020 Graduation Celebration

Join us on Facebook Live as we celebrate TCU's Class of 2020!

Saturday, August 8 at 4:00 pm

Virtual Event
Target Audience

Students, Faculty & Staff, Alumni, General Public




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Sarah Flowers

Sarah Flowers left a positive review 8/7/2020

I commend TCU for trying so very hard to do something to honor this class of 2020. I wish they could have at least had a virtual graduation with a speech or too. I hope that when the time comes, they will be honored as they deserve to be. Again, I have been impressed that TCU has tried so very hard to do what they could. And it is not as if they are the only ones out there in this situation.

Mary Shaffer

Mary Shaffer left a negative review 8/7/2020

Horrible waste of time. Expected more after all the hard work, effort, and money spent to get a degree.

Dave Drabik

Dave Drabik left a review 8/7/2020

While the mosaic was nice, I was disappointed with the ceremony. I don't understand why there were not any opening remarks, or at least some kind of an abbreviated commencement speech. Surely a speaker had to have been booked for last May. Could that person not have recorded at least a few nuggets of wisdom to share with the students? As for the "celebration," I don't know why a faculty member could not have read each student's name out loud while Pomp and Circumstance played. As the parent of a graduate in Sports Production, it appeared to be, at best, an underwhelming effort.

Gina Lattanzi

Gina Lattanzi left a negative review 8/7/2020

We had linked in family across the nation just as we had for our other child's high school graduation. It was embarrassing to say the least at the pour slideshow without any sound or introduction/speeches/photos. It looked like a graduation thrown together at the last minute without any creativity or usual TU branding or flare. Such a horrible way to culminate the 2020 class. we turned it off before the A names ended.