President Barack (Bu–Rack) Obama (O–Ba–Ma) is set to be the Commencement speaker at the Rutger’s University graduation ceremony. Faculty and alumni say they are honored that the president has decided to give a speech at their 250th Anniversary Commencement ceremony.
The ceremony is to take place on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at 12:30 p.m. in High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University—New Brunswick on the Busch Campus in Piscataway (Piss-Skat-A- Way), New Jersey.
While at commencement Rutgers University is presenting President Obama (O–Ba–Ma) with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. Along with President Barack (Bu–Rack) Obama, the University will also extend an honorary Doctor of Laws Degree to Bill Moyers, a journalist and president of the Schumann Media Center. The University will also extend an honorary Doctor of Science degree upon upcoming researcher S. Jocelyn (Joss-Cel-Lyn) Bell Burner.
Although this opportunity is a great honor, this does mean certain requirements and safety protocols must be taken place at this commencement. Rutger University President Robert Barchi (Bar-chee) understands this and is striving to come up with a pleasing solution for everyone involved.