No. Unfortunately because of space constraints and COVID-19-related health considerations, each graduate can bring a maximum of 2 guests. Additional guests will not be permitted onto campus. We welcome any additional guests to join the virtual commencement celebration from a remote location.
Guests will be seated in two-person pods that are separated from other two-person pods by 6 feet. A limited number of single seats will be available for guests.
Graduates will be sitting in single seats on the quad facing the Arnold Bernhard Library separated by six feet to ensure proper physical distancing. Guests will be seated behind the students in two-person pods.
Yes. Although on April 19 Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced that starting May 1 masks do not have to be worn in CT when outdoors, Quinnipiac continues to have an indoor and outdoor mask mandate. Masks are required for all graduates and their guests to attend the commencement festivities. Graduates will be provided a special QU graduation mask when they line up for processing, but graduates are asked to please wear their own mask until they are provided their special graduation mask.
Graduates and guests are not required to provide QU with a negative test result but should follow the CDC’s travel guidelines. Graduates and guests are asked to complete the CDC self-checker the day of the commencement ceremony and remain home if they have any COVID-19 symptoms. A virtual commencement ceremony is available to anyone not able to attend in person.
Guests are asked to complete the CDC self-checker the day of the commencement ceremony and remain home if they have any COVID-19 symptoms. A virtual commencement ceremony is available to anyone not able to attend in person.