Virtual Commencement on May 21, 2020



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Horizontal RuleRead about this year's STUDENT SPEAKERS Celia Garron & Ijebusonma "Sonma" Agundu

Become an official alum of MCC and JOIN THE FREE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. While you're at it, consider  participating in the Alumni Association's $20.20 Giving Campaign. Pay your MCC experience forward and make a gift that will support future MCC alums. Any amount or level of gift helps to create a stronger MCC Alumni Association that can support the goals and dreams of future graduates.

Participate in our Digital GRAD CAP DECORATING CHALLENGE — Grads, we won't let social distancing stop us from celebrating! Let's see your 2020 grad cap designs. Print or save the virtual cap and show us what you got — don't forget to tag it with #MCCgrad! Here's a gallery of past caps for inspiration.

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2020 Graduate Sonma Agundu

"This year really taught us a lot about flexibility, strength and perseverance! We might not be together in our robes this year, but this is our ode, our moment, so let's be proud of it. Let's not allow this virus to take away our joy, or ruin our parade! Salute to the Class of 2020, because you made it!"


Sonma Agundu
Student Government Association President
2020 Commencement Speaker
Member of Phi Theta Kappa

Horizontal RuleBecause of COVID-19, gathering together to recognize the accomplishments of our graduates is not possible. But we won't let social distancing stop us from celebrating these amazing students.

Read more about the decision to celebrate virtually in a special message from President James C. Mabry.


All 2020 graduates are invited back to MCC on May 27, 2021 to put on their cap and gown and walk across the stage!

As part of the college's 50th Anniversary, MCC will celebrate both 2020 and 2021 graduates along with faculty, staff and alumni from across the College's 50 year history.


Last Modified: 5/21/20