We know you have a lot going on. That's why University Communications wants to make sure you have access to these important need-to-know items to make the most of your week. Read below for news, events, or operational updates that can help you stay informed. Questions on any of these items? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Commencement: Take Two
We've successfully made it through one set of commencement ceremonies and now we're ready to celebrate our last round of congratulations for the Class of 2021! If you are a graduate this semester, or are planning on attending one of our ceremonies on Monday, May 10, please make sure to review all the important details for this semester's ceremonies and get involved through our Commencement Countdown. You can also learn more about some of this semester's amazing graduates!
2. Maintaining Our Maverick Momentum
This week marks a special Strategic Planning Forum on Thursday, May 13, where the campus community will have an opportunity to explore ways they can get involved with three key campus initaitives: The Big Ideas, The Completion Imperative, and The Strategic Investment in Social Justice, Inequality, Race, and Class. To RSVP for the Forum, which takes place from 10 A.M. - 12:30 P.M., follow this link.
3. Summer Parking UpdatesThis week officially marks the beginning of the Summer 2021 semester on campus and that means summer parking policies have been adjusted to meet the needs of campus. You can learn more about what's different this summer, purchase a summer permit, or learn about the many different ways to get to campus that don't require a vehicle or permit.
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