Countdown to Commencement 2021
How time flies. It seems like mere days ago when the professors and staff of Wyoming Catholic College were welcoming the Class of 2021 to Lander—the largest class in the College’s history at that time—yet today, we find ourselves mere weeks away from their departure. Four years was far too little time to spend with these young men and women, but we can’t wait to see what they do after
It is the College’s hope and intention to hold an in-person graduation to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2021. This year’s Commencement, which will celebrate the academic achievements of the members of the Class of 2021, will feature an address from Curtis Martin, Founder and CEO of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). There will also be a student address, delivered by a member of the senior class. The event will take place on Monday, May 24, 2021, at 10:30AM, in The Lander Community and Convention Center. (It is important to us and to our community that this event complies with all state and local guidelines. The College’s administration are keeping close tabs on the latest from the Wyoming Department of Health, and will adjust their plans as necessary.)
The past few years, Wyoming Catholic College has welcomed as its Commencement speaker Bishop David Ricken (Bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay and one of the College’s three founders); Dr. Joseph Pearce (renowned Catholic biographer and literary professor); Sr. Regina Marie Gorman (Vicar General of the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Los Angeles); and Father Mitch Pacwa (host of EWTN Live).