Graduation Weekend is here! While we know this is a bittersweet time for all of you who had expected to participate in on-campus commencement exercises (that is now planned for December), we do not want to let this time pass without celebrating YOU and YOUR accomplishments! Let everyone see your excitement and joy. You've earned it!

Here is what's planned over the next couple of days:


  • Catch the premier of ODU's official Class of 2020 graduation video featuring a special message from ODU President John R. Broderick and videos from your fellow classmates at 11 a.m. EST on Facebook and YouTube. Can't join the watch party at this time? Watch the archived video on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram Live beginning Sunday.
  • The ULTIMATE Class of 2020 #FBF (Flashback Friday): Relive the past four years of your Monarch experience while jamming to our #ODUGrad Spotify playlist, curated just for you, Class of 2020.


  • You did it May class of 2020! You are forever a part of Old Dominion University. We are announcing your name to the world and celebrating you virtually on your graduation weekend. Join the watch party on Facebook or YouTube to find your name at 11 a.m. EST. Can't join this watch party online? Watch the archived video on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram Live beginning Sunday.

For more info, including how to get Facebook and Twitter covers, Facebook Frames, GIFs and Zoom backgrounds, go to our graduation website.

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