2021 Spring Commencement
Thursday, May 13

Congratulations #GGCgrad!

Georgia Gwinnett College will hold three in-person spring commencement ceremonies. View information regarding ceremony details, required ticket pre-registration, face coverings, online viewing and more.

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Diploma stacks

Degree Diplomas

Diplomas are mailed approximately 6-8 weeks after the official graduation date. Degree requirements must be certified by the Registrar and all financial obligations to the college met. Diplomas are held for one year after which a replacement diploma must be ordered. Learn more about your diploma.

Email questions or address updates to graduation@ggc.edu.

Devonna Smith

Graduate Inspirations

Psychology major
African American studies minor

Devonna Smith said she’s happy she took the extra time to earn the African American studies minor, and believes it will be very useful as she begins her new career in psychology.

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Muminah Chaudhry

Graduate Inspirations

Exercise science major, clinical concentration

“We came to campus and drove around, and it was just gorgeous,” said #GGCgrad Muminah Chaudhry. “It had the college feel. The other campus I’d been to hadn’t given me that."

Chaudhry toured GGC, enrolled and discovered a newfound understanding of herself.

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Kelly Mangham

Graduate Inspirations

Bachelor of Science in nursing

“When I started GGC general studies I was scared,” said Kelly Mangham. “Scared that I didn’t have what it takes, scared that I’d let my family down, scared that I might fail, scared that I wouldn’t get into the [nursing] program, scared to leave my house – just scared all around. It didn’t take very long to realize the professors and everyone else there were on my side."

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Laurie Melonja-Seall

Graduate Inspirations

Business administration, supply chain management concentration

Laurie Melonja-Seall took her son to a Georgia Gwinnett College Preview Day. Her intention was to support her son's college exploration, but discovered she wanted to apply.

“I never in a million years thought I would go back to school,” she laughed. “I hadn’t been in school for years. I thought I was done!”

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