Here is your guide to find answers for the most frequently asked questions about the 2020 Penn Foster Commencement Ceremony. Review the following guidelines to make sure all of your bases are covered while planning to join graduation.
As the diagnoses of coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to rise across the country, we remain focused on supporting your learning as well as the communities in which we live and work.
At this point, we are still intending to hold graduation on June 6, 2020. We are monitoring developments and local requirements regarding large gatherings very closely and if we determine that the 2020 ceremony has to be postponed or cancelled, we will make an announcement as soon as the decision is made. We know what an important milestone the graduation ceremony is, however, the health and safety of our learners, your families, and our employees is our number one priority.
In the event that we have to cancel or postpone the ceremony, any registration fees paid or guest tickets purchased would be applicable for an event at a future date. If, and when we announce a future date and you and your family are unable to attend, refunds will also be made available for guest tickets and registration fees related to the cost of the event. Cap and gown costs are non-refundable.