Recognize a graduating senior this month

Detroit Mercy Class of 2020 walking to Commencement.

As we reflect on the semester in the month of May, the Student Life Office is working with the Marketing & Communications team to highlight seniors. In an effort to again pivot the traditional Leadership and Service Recognition Ceremony, we are gathering written highlights about graduating seniors. You may find these highlights published in Campus Connection or featured on Student Life’s social media channels. Our goal is tap on staff, students and faculty to write a small written reflection about the impact a graduating senior has made on them or on the University community. With your help we can use these kind words to feature the work of our Titan Class of 2021.

The Class of 2021 is getting creative to celebrate their graduation without formally walking across the stage, so we hope this initiative is another small opportunity to reach out to those seniors who have impacted our offices, departments and the community.

If you have time, please recognize a senior using the CC request form. Select “Student Spotlight” when you submit your recognition. Thank you for your time and effort in another pivot to recognize graduating seniors! #DetroitMercy2021

Spotlight a senior today!

Detroit Mercy Class of 2020 cheering at Commencement.

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