The University at Buffalo will hold virtual commencement ceremonies.

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"#UBuffalo will hold our spring 2020 commencement ceremonies in a virtual environment this May. As with all decisions we have made during these uncertain times, the health and well-being of our entire UB community is our guidepost and our priority." ~ University at Buffalo via Twitter

UB President Satish Tripathi announced that the spring 2020 commencement ceremonies will be virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to WKBW. UB has started planning for the virtual ceremonies, which will happen in May. In the official statement, the president says that UB hopes to have in-person ceremonies later this year for the class of Spring 2020. You can read the full statement here.

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