Class of 2020

Celebrating Excellence and Achievement


(REPLAY) Join MVC for the
2020 Virtual Commencement on
Friday, June 12 at 5 pm

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Commencement 2020



CONGRATULATIONS MVC GRADUATES!


As your final semester at MVC is coming to an end, the Commencement Planning Committee would like to again acknowledge your commitment, academic accomplishments and stellar dedication as you venture into the world and welcome you as an Alumni of MVC!

The MVC Virtual Ceremony will commence Friday, June 12 at 5 pm. We encourage you to organize watch parties with family members and friends as you celebrate this momentous occasion. English captioning will be available to viewers. Learn more about how to enable subtitles for the streamed ceremony on our Accommodations page.

In preparation for the ceremony, and your special day, we would like to present the program for the day and share information about our Commencement speakers. Please see below.





Commencement Ceremony Program


Commencement program

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About the Ceremony


The Moreno Valley College Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony is an online experience celebrating the accomplishments of our 2020 graduates. As we are unable to meet for an in-person celebration, our virtual ceremony will be streamed live for graduates, their families, Moreno Valley College employees, and the Moreno Valley community to enjoy.

The ceremony will last approximately 1.5 hours. You can view the ceremony program to follow along and know what is coming next.

To ensure our Class of 2020 graduates that participated in this year's Virtual Commencement by uploading photos and their information can remember their accomplishments, they can download a copy of their graduation StageClip as well as share it over social media.

All Class of 2020 graduates are invited to return in 2021 to participate in an in-person ceremony.

Watch the Ceremony   View the Program   Learn About Speakers   Save Your StageClip



Ceremony Speakers


Angela Thomas, Speaker

Angela Thomas, Faculty Speaker

Nineteen years ago, Angela Thomas was a student worker at Riverside City College. Today, she is a part-time faculty instructor, working for four different departments at Moreno Valley College and RCC in Library Information and Computer Information Sciences. She will be delivering the commencement speech on behalf of the faculty at MVC on June 12 during the virtual ceremony.

Learn more about Angela Thomas



Crystal Williams, Speaker

Crystal Williams, Student Speaker

Williams, 20, will graduate and transfer to California State University, Fullerton to study communications. But before she does, Williams, the 2020 student commencement speaker, will address the graduating class remotely when the College holds its first-ever campus-wide virtual graduation ceremony on June 12 at 5 pm due the state's stay-at-home order.

Learn more about Crystal Williams



 

Saving and Sharing your StageClip


What is a StageClip?

Graduates that elected to participate in the 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony by uploading their photo and information have a 30-second clip celebrating their graduation. This short video features their name, any academic accomplishments and, if applicable, a short message or quote.

Grads can search for their name, download their StageClip or share it with friends and family over social media, email and more to celebrate their graduation.


Finding Your StageClip

  1. Visit the 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony page
  2. Scroll to the bottom and enter your name into the field. A variety of options may appear and you can choose your slide from the list.
  3. You can share your StageClip from the preview page or view and download a copy it by clicking on the "View Clip" button.

Find Your StageClip

Finding your StageClip




Ceremony Accommodations


Closed Captioning, also known as subtitles, will be available for Moreno Valley College's 2020 Virtual Commencement. Subtitles will only be available in English. As Commencement will be streamed over YouTube, viewers can enable subtitles.

Learn how to enable subtitles