b'EventsSUNY Chancellor Kristina M. JohnsonGraduate Philip Patricola receives diploma from Graduate Aya Altameemi Vice President of Enrollment Management Bob McKeown poses in her cap and gownVirtual Commencement her peers noting she had made lifelong friends at On Saturday, May 23, 2020, Niagara CountyNCCC and her studies at the College were just the Community College (NCCC) hosted a virtualbeginning of her journey to a lifelong career.While commencement celebration for the Class ofstudents were not physically able to be together 2020, recognizing over 900 graduates.Theto celebrate their accomplishments, a virtual pre-recorded video allowed graduates towatch party was held via Facebook so graduates, submit a photo of themselves, future plans, andtheir friends and family could view the ceremony messages of appreciation to friends and family. simultaneously and make comments in real-time.Additionally, the video included remarks from SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson and NCCCYou have the power to rebuild President William Murabito.You have alreadyconfidence in our nation, and made history by being the first class at Niagara County Community College ever to have a virtualyour SUNY degrees will help commencement ceremony.Now you can startyou do that. the next part of your life knowing you are flexible,- Kristina M. Johnsonyou can overcome challenges and you can thrive SUNY Chancellorin the face of adversity, said President Murabito.As Student Senate President and recipient of the SUNY Chancellors Award for Student Excellence,View our virtual commencement at: and the 2020 Presidents Medallion honoree forniagaracc.suny.edu/commencementinvolvement at NCCC, Tayllor Clark congratulated 10 NIAGARA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE'