b'Graduate Maritza Rivera poses with her family during a diploma pick-up on campusOne of the advantages of being at a community college is that the staff and administration are very invested in the students, andEventsthey pushed to create these Pick-Up or Delivery? meaningful experiences for graduates despite the After a bit of brainstorming, members of the commencementinability to have a traditional committee decided that repurposing the campus shuttlecommencement ceremony. for delivering diplomas was a unique way to bring a special moment to deserving graduates.The Class of 2020 was - William J. Murabito, Ph.D. excited to share the special moment with their families andNCCC Presidentsome even dressed in their caps and gowns to receive their diplomas at their homes while NCCC staff cheered them on and took photos to commemorate the occasion. This summer, graduates also had the option to participate in a diploma pick-up on campus at the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute or on the Sanborn Campus of NCCC.At each location, graduates had an opportunity to get pictures with their families. Some graduates were even able to pose for photos with NCCC President, William Murabito as they normally would at commencement.One of the advantages of being at a community college is that the staff and administration are very invested in the students, and they pushed to create these meaningful experiences for graduates despite the inability to have a traditional2020 graduate Joshua Riedel poses commencement ceremony, said President Murabito. with parents after receiving diploma2019-2020 Annual Report11'