Celebrate Mason 2020 Graduates
Congratulations from the Department of Social Work!
Congratulations from the Department of Health Administration and Policy!
Congratulations from the School of Nursing!
Congratulations to our 2020 Graduates!
Join us in celebrating your accomplishments!
- The University Ceremony on GMUTV aired at May 22 at 2:00 PM. View the University celebration page with a recording of the broadcast and links to its honoring of PhD graduates, and all college pages here.
- Visit the CHHS College Marching Orders celebration page here. There is not a set time for a CHHS College broadcast.
- Didn't see your slide? Some graduates’ names were not available to be included as slides in the May 22 presentation. Additional graduates’ slides are available here. George Mason University is working with Marching Order to continue to update the page with graduate slides, which will remain available on our website through May 2021. We will reach out to the affected graduates with more details within the next few weeks.
- Share your photos and well wishes for the graduates on social media with the hashtag #MasonCHHS2020!
- Tag us at @MasonCHHS for Instagram and Twitter and @GMUCHHS for Facebook, and you might see your photos shared on the college accounts!
- Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.
- Click your profile picture in the bottom left and select your Page.
- Search for “MasonCHHS” in the search box.
- Click “Use as profile” button
Use these Mason themed social media templates to celebrate! (available through free CANVA accounts)
Quote templates- share a favorite inspirational quote.
Congrats template- Make a custom congratulations post - you can even change out the photos for your own!
- Open the Zoom app and click the Settings button (gear symbol) in the top right corner.
- In the Settings panel, select Virtual Background from the menu at left.
- Select an image (or upload an image using the plus (+) button) to set your virtual background.
- Take a screen grab
- Note: For backgrounds that include words —if you have screen mirroring turned on, the words will appear backwards to you but normal to others on the video call.