Volunteers needed: Class of 2021 on-campus celebration

All available Detroit Mercy employees are encouraged to volunteer and support the Class of 2021 on-campus graduation celebration on Sunday, May 16 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Detroit Mercy Class of 2021 graduates have signed up for 30-minute increments to visit the McNichols Campus for an in-person celebration. Each graduate may bring two guests to visit Titan Field and receive diplomas (if applicable) and Commencement programs, take photographs with Grad Images as well as visit department booths including Alumni Relations and the Center for Career & Professional Development. There will also be photo opportunities around campus for graduates and their guests including the Fisher Fountain, Clocktower, Sacred Heart Square and academic buildings. The Student Union and Bookstore will be open during the celebration. All COVID-19 safety protocols and guidelines will be followed.

If are available for a few hours or the entire day, please indicate your availability using the online form.

All volunteers must reply by end of day on Monday, May 3. We hope you can help make this celebration memorable for our Titan Class of 2021 and their guests.

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