Commencement honors Classes of 2022 and 2020

This year, Tufts University is lauding the Class of 2022 and the Class of 2020 during Commencement celebrations.
Attendees celebrating as students throw graduation caps in the air.
Students, families, friends, and faculty celebrating at the 2022 Commencement. Photo courtesy of Briana Bouchard.

This spring, Tufts University is honoring two graduating classes. After deferring Commencement celebrations for the Class of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the time came this spring to hold an in-person ceremony to honor them. The Class of 2020 will celebrate together on Friday, May 27, with an address delivered by Neil Blumenthal, A02, co-founder and co-CEO of Warby Parker. Read more about Commencement 2020, including links to memories and photos as well as more about Blumenthal and his wife Rachel Bravman, A02.

The Class of 2022 celebrated Commencement on Sunday, May 22. Graduates from the Department of Computer Science included 177 undergraduates, 28 master's students, and 7 PhD students (including those with an August graduation) who are completing their doctoral programs. Award-winning author Erika Lee, J91, delivered the Commencement address. Lee's work focuses on immigration. Read more about Commencement 2022, including profiles of graduating students and the six honorary degree recipients, more about Lee, and stories behind the regalia of nine Tufts professors.

Computer Science