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May 19, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic may have forced us to cancel our traditional Commencement ceremony on Sunday, but we’re not about to let the accomplishments of the Class of ’20 go unrecognized. On Saturday, August 29, we are planning to hold an in-person Commencement to celebrate the class and officially welcome them into the Heidelberg alumni family.
By announcing the date now, students, their families, friends and special guests will have time to make plans to attend the celebration on campus.
May 16, 2020
Dear Class of 2020,
Through some big challenges during these uncertain times, you have inspired us, revealed your resilience and demonstrated Berg Pride. And although we aren’t able to honor you with a traditional Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 17, we do have some thoughts and messages we want to share with you online. We also will be sharing a video of the annual Academic Excellence recognition.
On Saturday, May 16th, and Sunday, May 17th, please visit Heidelberg’s website and check social media for the following Heidelberg greetings:
May 14, 2020
Entering its second decade, The Patricia Adams Lecture Series at Heidelberg University is pleased to announce that Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour, America’s first African American female combat pilot, will be the keynote speaker for this fall’s event.
Apr 29, 2020
The brotherhood and sisterhood of Heidelberg’s Greek groups is immeasurable. So when the campus closed in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they were left with a void. But it didn’t last long.
Like many of Heidelberg’s student organizations, the Greek groups and their executive board have stayed connect with each other with virtual weekly meetings. A big challenge came to life this week when all 10 Greek groups participated in the traditional Greek Week activities – this year on social media.
Apr 16, 2020
For five years now, a contingent from Heidelberg has participated in the #TogetherWeRemember Reading of Names event as an outreach of the university’s Lichtman-Behm Genocide Lecture Series. In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, hosting the event presented some logistical challenges, but that did not prevent Heidelberg from pausing and remembering the victims of genocide on Monday.