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Celebrating the Classes of 2020 & 2021

Rutgers School of Social Work is pleased to announce we are hosting an event celebrating the Classes of 2020 and 2021 on Friday, October 22, 2021 from 10am-12pm at the Tent at Wood Lawn Mansion in New Brunswick. Registration for this event is required by October 1, 2021. Regalia is suggested but not required to attend. Orders must be placed by October 1, 2021. Learn more and register today

Who is invited?
Class of 2020 and Class of 2021 graduates who have completed the necessary undergraduate and graduate degree requirements are eligible to participate in school-based events.

How do I register?
All returning graduates are required to register in order to attend the fall celebrations. Make sure to sign-up early to secure your registration.

Graduates will need to enter their NetID to access the registration system.

Unable to recall your NetID and/or password? Recover your NetID or password here.

  1. Confirm your contact information.

  2. Select the school event(s) date and time you are choosing to attend. Please note you will not be able to select events that will overlap.

  3. Select the events you will attend that are being sponsored by Rutgers University Alumni Association and Rutgers University Major Events and Programs.

Registration will close September 15, 2021.

Registration questions? Contact commencement@rutgers.edu.

What are the COVID-19 guidelines for this event?
The health and safety of the Rutgers University community remain our top priority. We ensure that all in-person events are carried out in a manner that complies with CDC, New Jersey Department of Health, and Rutgers University guidelines. Please be prepared to wear a face mask, which is currently required for indoor events. Guidelines may require all attendees to wear face masks at outdoor events as well. Please continue to check the event website for the most up-to-date information.

Please check back often for more details and contact celebrateSSWgrads@ssw.rutgers.edu with questions.

 

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