Members of the Class of 2020 who registered for Commencement received a message similar to the one below (it would have included the events they registered for, and individualized links to make changes to their event registration).
Dear NAME OF 2020 GRADUATE,
We are so excited to welcome you back to campus next week. We also understand that plans change.
Please review your 2020 Weekend event reservations below and use this link to make any adjustments.
We have waitlists for some events and need to be best prepared for accurate guest numbers, so please let us know if your plans have changed!
While proof of vaccination isn’t required for guests, we encourage vaccinations for all. Over 90% of our campus community is vaccinated. We greatly appreciate the willingness of everyone in the Wake Forest community to adhere to and follow health and safety guidelines to ensure the safety of all Wake Foresters. Currently, all academic buildings are closed to visitors, and masks are required in all indoor spaces.
Tickets will be available for pick up on Friday, September 17, from 2:00 pm until 10:00 pm on the Magnolia Patio (Reynolda Hall).
Football tickets were released electronically by the Athletics ticket office.
Wake Forest is encouraging guests not to bring a bag. All bags will be searched before entering.
Event: Class of 2020 Commencement Weekend Registration
Attending: GRADUATE NAME
Confirmation Number: [individual per graduate]
[individual events a graduate registered for will appear in the space below]
*Fulfillment of ticket requests is contingent upon successfully completing your degree, which is determined by the Office of the University Registrar. Should you fail to meet graduation or participation requirements, we will not be able to satisfy your ticket request.
After you have reviewed your 2020 Weekend event reservations, use this link to make any adjustments.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Office of Commencement
Wake Forest University
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