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Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Good Wednesday morning.
Thank you all for attending and volunteering at the Midnight Breakfast Monday night. It was wonderful to see all our students, faculty, and staff join together to celebrate this academic year. I hope everyone had the opportunity to relax and enjoy the company of members of our Tech Family.
Saturday and Sunday, we will be holding four commencement ceremonies for our spring graduates. As a reminder, the ceremony times are:
- Saturday, 9 a.m. – College of Engineering and Science
- Saturday, 12:30 p.m. – College of Liberal Arts
Saturday, 4 p.m. – College of Business and graduates with confirmation emails for this ceremony from the College of Applied and Natural Science and the College of Education
- Sunday, 1 p.m. – College of Applied and Natural Sciences and College of Education
Masks will be required for all individuals entering the Thomas Assembly Center for commencement, and graduates are asked to limit the number of guests they invite to the ceremony to no more than 15 individuals.
Family and friends who are unable to attend commencement can watch the events via Facebook Live. I look forward to congratulating all of our graduates in person this coming weekend.
I enjoyed spending a few minutes with our SGA late yesterday thanking them for the leadership they have provided over the past year and confirming my support for the new members and Executive Committee. I know they will do a great job and will play major leadership roles as we return back to more normal operations with more full-time presence and engaging activities next year. That will be special time for all of us and we will appreciate the time with each other more than ever!
Even though the governor has relaxed mask mandates in our state, masks are still required on our campus and other schools across that state. Remember that vaccinations are the best way we have to return to normal throughout the state.
If you have not gotten your COVID-19 vaccine, review the Vaccine Locations list on the Louisiana Department of Health’s website (https://ldh.la.gov/covidvaccine-locations/) for information on scheduling an appointment.
Let’s all roll up our sleeves to help protect our friends and neighbors from the virus and get back to normal soon!