NORFOLK, Va. — Tidewater Community College announced Wednesday it would be celebrating spring's class of 2020 with a virtual commencement ceremony, to adhere to coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
The ceremony will be held on May 11 at 6 p.m.
The broadcast will include a speech from President Marcia Constant and several student speakers, and graduates will get to see their photos and names as degrees are conferred.
If students miss the ceremony, it will be available as a recording.
Graduates are asked to register by April 20 if they would like to receive celebratory materials before the ceremony.
The college said it would send out tassels, diploma cases, programs and alumni pins for those who responded to the RSVP.