COMMENCEMENT 2021 UPDATES
The annual Commencement ceremony recognizes the hard work and accomplishments of our Falcon graduates receiving their degrees and/or certificates. In looking forward to the 2021 Commencement, we want to be able to celebrate these accomplishments in person, and will continue to monitor current circumstances and safety recommendations related to COVID-19, to determine available options.
Commencement will likely not look the same as in the years prior to COVID-19, however we will carefully consider alternatives that provide a memorable experience to graduates, and their families and friends. Graduate feedback, including the classes of 2020 and 2021, will be an important part of our planning, and will be gathered as options begin to take shape. An initial plan for Commencement will be developed by late February 2021, so that our graduates can plan for this important accomplishment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Fall 2020 graduation deadline is October 18, 2020. Download Petition Forms
When Will Graduates Receive Their Certificates and Degrees?
Admissions and Records is currently processing all spring 2020 certificates and degrees – based on the completion of spring grades. Your spring 2020 certificate and/or degree will be mailed to you in November. Please verify your mailing address in My Cerritos and update it if necessary to ensure your certificate/degree is mailed to the appropriate address.
Who to Contact for Transcripts, Petition, Student Records
Please contact The Office of Admissions and Records for questions related to your student records, petitions, grades, and transcripts. Contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please note that if you have an outstanding obligation to the college, this will prevent Cerritos College from releasing your diploma when it becomes available.
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