LFCC to hold virtual commencement June 6
Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) will celebrate its graduates with a virtual commencement ceremony at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 6.
The ceremony will feature the national anthem, remarks from President Kim Blosser, a student speaker, student awards and the conferring of degrees. The ceremony will be played live on LFCC’s website and a recording will be available on the site for future viewing.
Graduates’ names will scroll across the screen and, throughout the video, photos of those who submitted them will be shown. The college provided free mortarboards and tassels to all those students who RSVP’d to attend the virtual graduation ceremony.
LFCC has never had a commencement ceremony like this one before, President Blosser said in a news release.
“The saddest announcement I’ve had to make over the past few months was that we wouldn’t be able to gather together in person to celebrate the most special college event of all – commencement,” she said. While we won’t be together in person for a traditional commencement ceremony, please know that all the faculty, staff, and your fellow students, are celebrating your accomplishments and wishing you the best.”
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