Congratulations to our Graduates

Graduation is an important milestone for every Aggie, and the College of Science is proud of the years of hard work and dedication that have brought you to this point in your commitment to higher education. Even though the current COVID-19 pandemic keeps us from celebrating you in person on campus, it doesn’t keep us from recognizing, honoring and saluting your academic achievements from afar. Congratulations, Class of 2020!

You have proven your ability to thrive even in trying times. Your academic excellence and persistence have sustained you through these trying times, showing us all what you are made of. You are inspiring.

Texas A&M Provost and Executive Vice President Carol Fierke

Summer 2020 Commencement

On August 7, each of our five departments will recognize degree recipients with virtual events, including remarks by university and college leadership, honors and awards, and for some, the reading of graduate names. Participants have received or will soon receive invitations.

Friday, August 7
2 p.m. (Biology, Mathematics, Physics & Astronomy, Statistics)
6 p.m. (Chemistry)

Meet Our Graduates

Sarah Venesky ’20

Applied Math Major

"I feel like my time at Texas A&M is where I really found out who I was as a person, and I feel good about where I am in life. It’s been a learning experience in more ways than the purely scholastic."

Read more about Read Sarah's Story Read Sarah's Story

Party of Five

SLS Reflections

With graduation looming large for our first cohort of Science Leadership Scholars, Texas A&M Science sat down with five inaugural SLS members to discuss their experiences as first-generation students at Texas A&M University and to learn more about the SLS impact in Aggieland and beyond.

Read more about Watch Their Story Watch Their Story

Oscar Gonzalez '20

Chemistry Major

One of the biggest moments in any Texas A&M student’s educational journey is receiving their Aggie Ring. Last fall, we went behind the scenes with senior chemistry major and 2019 Goldwater and Astronaut Scholar Oscar Gonzalez '20 to experience the tradition firsthand through his eyes and that of his family’s — immediate and Aggie.

Read more about Watch Oscar's Story Watch Oscar's Story

Department Ceremonies

Two biology students wear safety goggles and examine a worm in a metal tray

Graduation Recognition and Celebration
Friday, August 7
2 p.m.

Join us for a virtual graduation recognition and celebration of BIOL, BMCB, MBIO and ZOOL graduates. There will be recorded remarks from the President, Provost, Dean and Department Head.

A chemistry student wears safety goggles and a white lab coat and pours liquid into a large plastic graduated cylinder

Celebration of Chemistry Graduates
Friday, August 7
6 p.m.

Join us for an online event to recognize and celebrate chemistry B.S., B.A. and M.S. graduates.

A math student wears a blue t-shirt and smiles as he writes on a chalkboard

Graduation Reception and Awards Ceremony
Friday, August 7
2 p.m.

Join us for an online celebration event featuring recorded remarks from the President, Provost, Dean and Department Head, including a brief awards presentation and individual recognition of all undergraduate and master’s degree candidates in mathematics.

A physics student conducts an experiment in a lab

Virtual Physics & Astronomy Graduation
Friday, August 7
2 p.m.

Join us for a virtual event to recognize and celebrate physics and astronomy graduates.

A statistics faculty member reads charts and graphs on a computer monitor

Graduation Recognition Celebration- Summer 2020
Friday, August 7
2 p.m.

Join us via Zoom to recognize undergraduate and master’s degree candidates. The celebration will feature video remarks from the university, college and department head, with individual recognition of each degree candidate. Congratulatory video messages from faculty and staff will be highlighted, and our interim department head and several faculty and staff members will join live.

Celebrate with your fellow Texas A&M graduates, on social media, and via an All Aggie Grad Party hosted by The Association of Former Students!