Although the coronavirus has delayed our in-person commencement ceremony, we are too proud of our graduates to let May go by without celebrating their amazing achievements.
We hope you’ll help us share this special time by leaving a shout-out below and join in the festivities on social media with #UTGrad2020.
For more 2020 commencement content, visit the Tickle College of Engineering’s commencement page and UT’s commencement page.
CEE Graduate Shout Outs
We’re collecting messages below for CEE graduates. Whether you’re a parent, friend, or a fellow grad, submit a public shout out to a single CEE graduate or the entire class of 2020. Check out our graduate messages:
It has been real brotha, I have learned a lot for you in this journey! Congratulations on your success, and good luck with your future endeavors!
Ibrahim has been a real brother to me since my freshman year. He has always been there with me through thick and thin and I could not have asked for a better friend. He's one of the smartest guys I know and always works hard to achieve the impossible. I hope to keep in touch with him as he becomes successful and wish him the best of luck 🙂
What a delight it has been seeing you determined to complete the work that was before you. And how proud I am to watch you “Love your neighbor As You ( have learned to ) love Yourself” And I am thankful that UT Engineering was and is a good fit for you to be prepared for your next journey. I Love you Han., Dad.
“A daughter who loves wisdom brings joy to her father.” Prov.29:3
Congrats to the graduates of 2020! But a special shout out to the Civil and Environmental Engineering graduates! This is an exciting time! I wish you all nothing but the absolute best! Enjoy your journey!
You are my hero! One day I want to grow up and be just like you. Engineers lead the way!
Congratulations!!! You did it!!
I know Harrison will achieve great success! He has been such a wonderful friend throughout our undergraduate careers. He has given me unconditional support and encouragement these past four years. I wish him the best!
Caroline was a wonderful ambassador who deeply cared about the college and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. We know she will find success in whatever she chooses to do.