Yes. The Virtual Recognition Ceremonies are archived and available for those graduates and families who were unable to watch the ceremony at the advertised time.
Yes. Closed captioning is available on all Virtual Recognition Ceremonies.
Yes, GradSlides are available for viewing and download here.
The GradSlides recognized and honored each graduate with the student's name and degree (a photo and quote, if submitted). Information appearing on the graduate's slide was based on how much information was provided to GradImages. GradImages contacted all graduates via their St. John's email accounts with a link to submit information. If a graduate did not submit a photo or message, their name and degree still appeared on a GradSlide.
Note: The names listed in the GradSlides were not an official listing of degree recipients. Only those students who completed all degree requirements by May 18, 2020, appeared in the GradSlides.
For more information on how to order your diploma, please contact the Office of the Registrar at [email protected].
Yes. Commemorative Books of graduate names are available from the Commencement website here.
Yes. Printed Commemorative Books with graduate names were mailed to students together with the diplomas by the dean's offices starting on Monday, July 20, 2020. If you did not receive your book, please contact your dean's office.
For more information regarding the Queens yearbook, please contact Jack Flynn at [email protected].
Fortunately, for most students and programs, changes to the Commencement ceremony will not affect visa status because the awarding of degrees will not be affected. For any specific questions, please contact the International Student & Scholar Services Office at [email protected].