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Commencement celebrations honor perseverance and achievement

Commencement celebrations honor perseverance and achievement

BU celebrated the achievement of 1,300 students who earned bachelor's degrees and 200 students who earned master's and doctoral degrees in five ceremonies this past weekend. To the graduates and their supporters, President Bashar Hanna said:

"The world needs your compassion, empathy, and leadership. Wherever your path leads, please take with you that Husky grit and determination that helped you succeed here. I implore you to find your path, develop and maintain a growth mindset, and contribute to your respective communities in a meaningful way. Don’t be afraid to challenge what you see and hear. Be courageous. Be leaders. Be Huskies.”

Spring 2021 Honor Graduates

Spring 2021 Honor Graduates: Motivated and Undaunted ... Onward!

As we conclude the 2020-21 academic year, we would like to take time to congratulate the nearly 400 students on their hard work and grit to persevere through a challenging year — a climb never before tackled — to graduate this spring with honors. This list reflects the graduates who have had degrees conferred as of June 17, 2021, and have earned Academic Distinction at the conclusion of the Spring 2021 term. Students who have outstanding requirements such as grades, pending transfer credits, clinicals, etc., and have not been degree granted as of June 17 are NOT reflected on this list. Please note this list may be different than what was printed in the commencement ceremony program in May.

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Juneteenth

Juneteenth: A celebration of freedom

"As a history teacher, identifying any historically relevant event is important for future generations. Commemorating 'Juneteenth' signifies a moment in time that will assist America in acknowledging the tragedy of slavery while celebrating its end and recognizing American’s move towards reconciliation, especially during Reconstruction." — George E. Long, Jr., Interim Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Celebrating pride and diversity in June

Celebrating pride and diversity in June

During the month of June, we celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community and the continued fight for equality in the United States and the world. Please join us in celebrating the progress that has been made, help us to remember those whose lives have been cut short due to bigotry and hate, and learn how to be an active ally in our continuing fight for equality.

Bloomsburg University returning to in-person instruction for Fall 2021 semester

Returning to in-person instruction for Fall 2021

Bloomsburg University will return to a full-time, in-person this fall. The intent is to offer in-person instruction to students so they're fully immersed in an on-campus setting with maximal opportunities for face-to-face engagement. The Fall 2021 semester will begin on Aug. 23 with the term concluding on Dec. 3, while commencement ceremonies set for Dec. 11.

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