Washington & Jefferson College will hold its 221st Commencement ceremony virtually on Aug. 1, 2020. In addition to recognizing the graduates individually, as well as faculty and staff award winners, an honorary Doctor of Science will be presented to Mark L. Tykocinski, M.D. of Thomas Jefferson University.
Washington & Jefferson College will present an honorary Doctor of Science to Mark L. Tykocinski, M.D. of Thomas Jefferson University during the Commencement 2020 Ceremony.
Commencement Weekend, which includes Baccalaureate, has been postponed and is now tentatively scheduled for the weekend of July 31 – August 1. Additional information about the weekend will be provided as logistics are finalized.
Additional Weekend Speakers Include Notable Alumni in Religious, Military Fields
Pulitzer Prize-winning author George Anders Addresses Washington & Jefferson College’s Class of 2018
Anders’s speech, “Becoming Your Own Mentor,” encouraged the new graduates to draw on strengths they acquired during their time at W&J and recognize that even with limited experience, they are more powerful than they realize.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author George Anders will give the keynote speech at Washington & Jefferson College’s 2018 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 19. Internationally renowned peace builder Mary Montague will speak at the College’s Baccalaureate Service on May 18.
W&J’s Class of 2017 already has a bright future.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) will graduate nearly 300 Presidents during its commencement ceremony May 20, 2017.
Graduating college is an important milestone in any student’s life, but for Cheri Duball and her daughter Juliet, this year’s commencement was even more special.
Just weeks after graduation, W&J’s Class of 2016 is taking on intensive graduate programs and internships, and jobs with prestigious local and national organizations.