UHCL spring 2021 commencement ceremony to be virtual
Over 1,150 University of Houston-Clear Lake spring 2021 graduates will earn their degrees and be recognized during a virtual ceremony on Sunday, May 16, at 10 a.m. Of those, 737 will receive their undergraduate degree, and 413 will be recognized for receiving graduate degrees.
The Colleges of Business and Human Sciences and Humanities will each confer degrees to 360 graduates. The College of Science and Engineering will confer 256 degrees, and the College of Education will confer 174, including 12 students who have earned doctorates.
Two-time Olympian Seun Adigun, who received her dual Master of Science in Exercise and Health Sciences from UH-Clear Lake and her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Texas Chiropractic College in 2017, will deliver the commencement address.
This spring's candidates will join over 73,000 others who have graduated from the university. UHCL began as an upper-level university in 1974, admitting juniors, seniors and graduate students. The university expanded to admit underclassmen in 2014.
Due to concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the commencement ceremony will be held virtually. For more information about spring 2021 commencement at UHCL, visit the commencement webpage.