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This Saturday, WGU’s largest graduating class yet will celebrate their hard work and success at the Summer 2011 Commencement Ceremony at the Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. Congratulations, grads!
Attending an online university means that your classmates live all over the country, and being spread so far geographically means many students, grads, alumni, and their families who want to attend the celebration can’t be there in person. But you can be there online—we’re streaming it live from the WGU website.
The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. MT on Saturday, July 23, and the procession starts 20 minutes before that. Bookmark this link. It’s where you’ll be able to catch the live stream starting at that time.
Be sure you’re following @WGU on Twitter, as we’ll be live-tweeting the ceremony and the events leading up to it. Watch for hashtag #WGUgrad, and be sure to use the same hashtag to share your congratulations to the graduates, your thoughts about the speakers, and your own graduation goals!
And stay tuned to WGU Connection later this week to meet some of the graduates.
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