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Chicanx/Latinx Recognition Ceremony Division of Student Affairs

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Chicanx/Latinx Recognition Ceremony

The Serna Center at Sacramento State is committed to honoring our Chicanx/Latinx graduates at the Chicanx/Latinx Recognition Ceremony.

The recognition ceremony positively portrays the accomplishment of Chicanx/Latinx students as they complete their degree and become Hechos en Sac State [Made at Sac State]. Additionally, the ceremony offers family members a culturally inclusive experience, as it is hosted both in Spanish and English. This virtual environment will also celebrate Chicanx/Latinx history, tradition, and culture.

The ceremony consists of a virtual welcome on behalf of Sacramento State’s President Robert Nelsen and will include a faculty or staff speaker, student speaker, entertainment, and individual pre-recorded acknowledgments by each graduate. We expect to virtually engage with approximately 1,500 people, which includes graduating students, their families, friends, and loved ones.

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Ceremony Date:

Spring 2022 Registration & Dates - To Be Announced.

Watch the Fall 2021 Ceremony

For Students

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! If you have any questions, please email

For Faculty

You are invited to attend in the spring Chicanx/Latinx Virtual Recognition Ceremony!

Traditionally, faculty and staff lead the student procession into the ballroom at the beginning of the ceremony. To accomplish a similar experience virtually, we will have a virtual procession.

If you have any questions, please email