2021 Commencement Ceremonies
This year’s virtual commencement ceremonies will be even better than last year. We’ll have new additions to the events to provide even more celebration for your big day.
We are working with a national commencement video production company to create this year’s ceremonies. This means you will be able to submit a photo of yourself that will be used in the commencement video and that you will be able to share with your family and friends.
Be part of the Virtual Commencement Ceremony:
If you are a 2021 Clinton, Muscatine or Scott Community College graduate, you will be part of the 2021 virtual graduation ceremony. You name and academic award will be read. You have the opportunity to be recognized with an official customized slide with your photo and a personal message. The slides will become part of the commencement ceremony. Below are directions on logging in to Marching Order to create your graduation slide. You can select your favorite photo to upload and provide a personal message to be displayed during the virtual graduation. Deadline to submit your photo and message is April 16.
Please register below, create a password, and submit your personal quote, a picture of yourself and review your full name, review your degree and honors and create your personalized graduation slide.
To register with Marching Order:
Go to the Login Page and using your EICC student live email account as your login name.
Once logged in, you can upload your photo and add your message.
We look forward to having you as part of the Virtual Commencement 2021!
The ceremonies will again be aired on Facebook Live and viewers will be able to cheer their grads along in the chat section during the event. The ceremonies begin at 6 p.m.
- May 13, Clinton Community College, CCC Facebook
- May 14, Muscatine Community College, MCC Facebook
- May 17, Scott Community College, SCC Facebook
Caps and Tassels
Caps and Tassels will be provided to graduates prior to graduation. Information on pick-up and/or mailing of caps and tassels will be available at the end of April.
Students can order gowns and mini key chains from Oak Hall and have them direct shipped with the following link: https://eicc.shopoakhalli.com/
The Barnes and Noble Bookstore will have small inventory of commencement gowns on hand beginning April 16 for purchase as well!
All three campuses will be hosting special times, on-campus, where you can stop by and have your photo taken with your degree. Specific plans and times are still being determined.
Again this year we will be producing a special four-color commemorative program. You’ll be receiving emails as more information becomes available. This page will also be continuously updated so you can always check back here too.
- Clinton Community College specific information
- Muscatine Community College specific infomation
- Scott Community College specific information
Congratulations to all of our graduates!
Questions? Call toll-free 1-888-336-3907, email email@example.com or contact the college nearest you and ask to speak to an advisor.
- Clinton Community College, 563-244-7000
- Muscatine Community College, 563-288-6000
- Scott Community College, 563-441-4000
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