man taking photo of a college graduate

Still Worth C​elebrating!​

A look at how graduating CSU students across the state are commemorating amid the pandemic.

This spring, more than 100,000 California State University students earned degrees that will positively impact their lives and the lives of their families forever. Their accomplishments are worth celebrating! But sweeping changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic meant commencement ceremonies were unavoidably postponed. Even so, CSU students demonstrated a resilient and positive spirit, finding opportunities to celebrate their success. Here’s a look at the unique ways the 2020 graduating class of the nation’s largest four-year university honored this rite of passage and marked their personal milestones. (Also watch​ ​a congratulatory message from CSU alumni, including Chancellor Tim White.)

See many more examples of how CSU graduating seniors are marking their milestones

23 Campuses. One University.

Select a location below to see how graduates are celebrating from each of our campuses across California.

woman pushing stroller filled with ballons on a college campus Bianca Cardona pushes a stroller full of balloons on the Cal State Fullerton campus.
man with face mask wearing a graduation cap Roderick Daniels poses for a photo with his graduation cap on the Cal State Fullerton campus.