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President of the United States, Barak Obama, will be giving the commencement speech at Rutgers University May 15, 2016 at 12:30 p.m. The University will be presenting him with an honorary Doctor of Laws Degree.

The ceremony will be held in High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University – New Brunswick on the Busch Campus in Piscataway, NJ. To attend the ceremony all students and their guests must have a barcoded ticket along with a valid photo ID.  All attendees will undergo a security check before stadium entry.

President Delivers Commencement Speech for Rutgers University

President Barak Obama, will be the commencement speaker for the Rutgers University graduation. The university will be presenting him with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. This particular ceremony is especially important because it will mark the 250th anniversary of Rutgers University founded in 1766.

The commencement will be held on Sunday, May 15 at 12:30 p.m. in High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University – New Brunswick on the Busch Campus in Piscataway, NJ. To attend the ceremony all students and their guests must have a barcoded ticket along with a valid photo ID.  All attendees will undergo a security check before stadium entry.

This is a highly anticipated event with the expectation of over 40,000 peopled arriving on the New Brunswick campuses. Parking on campus will be challenging, so get there early and be prepared to display your commencement parking hashtag. If you will be attending events on days other than May 15, you do not need a parking hashtag.

There will be viewing alternatives for friends and family without a ticket. A live streaming webcast of the University Commencement will be available at 12:30 P.M. on May 15. A high-speed internet connection, such as cable or fiber-optic network is recommended to watch the event.

Student centers at the Piscataway and New Brunswick locations will allow guests to enjoy a live stream of the University commencement and the School of Arts and Sciences Convocation in the comforting of air conditioning and cushioned seats. The ceremony viewing will be in rooms in the Busch Student Center, Livingston Student Center, or College Avenue Student Center. Seating will be general admission and tickets will not be required.

The Louis Brown Athletic Center will be also be showing a live stream for School of Engineering Students and their guests only. Tickets are required for all students entering the Athletic Center for viewing and can be picked up in room B100. The Louis Brown Athletic Center will open at 11 a.m. on May 15, and is located on Livingston Campus.

For Rutgers University students at the Camden location streaming of the commencement ceremony will be in the Multi -Purpose room of the Campus Center for students who cannot attend. In addition, students who attend the Newark Location may watch via live stream in the Essex Room of the Paul Robeson Campus Center.

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President Barak Obama, will be the commencement speaker for the Rutgers University graduation. The university will be presenting him with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. This particular ceremony is especially important because it will mark the 250th anniversary of Rutgers University founded in 1766.

The commencement will be held on Sunday, May 15 at 12:30 p.m. in High Point Solutions Stadium at Rutgers University – New Brunswick on the Busch Campus in Piscataway, NJ. To attend the ceremony all students and their guests must have a barcoded ticket along with a valid photo ID.  All attendees will undergo a security check before stadium entry.

This is a highly anticipated event with the expectation of over 40,000 peopled arriving on the New Brunswick campuses. Parking on campus will be challenging, so get there early and be prepared to display your commencement parking hashtag. If you will be attending events on days other than May 15, you do not need a parking hashtag.

There will be viewing alternatives for friends and family without a ticket. A live streaming webcast of the University Commencement will be available at 12:30 P.M. on May 15. A high-speed internet connection, such as cable or fiber-optic network is recommended to watch the event.

Student centers at the Piscataway and New Brunswick locations will allow guests to enjoy a live stream of the University commencement and the School of Arts and Sciences Convocation in the comforting of air conditioning and cushioned seats. The ceremony viewing will be in rooms in the Busch Student Center, Livingston Student Center, or College Avenue Student Center. Seating will be general admission and tickets will not be required.

The Louis Brown Athletic Center will be also be showing a live stream for School of Engineering Students and their guests only. Tickets are required for all students entering the Athletic Center for viewing and can be picked up in room B100. The Louis Brown Athletic Center will open at 11 a.m. on May 15, and is located on Livingston Campus.

For Rutgers University students at the Camden location streaming of the commencement ceremony will be in the Multi -Purpose room of the Campus Center for students who cannot attend. In addition, students who attend the Newark Location may watch via live stream in the Essex Room of the Paul Robeson Campus Center.

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Rutgers University Commencement News Brief

Jonelle Allen

President Barack Obama 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.

“It has been exciting to see the response from our students to the news that President Obama has agreed to speak at the Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Commencement on May 15. This is a wonderful honor for Rutgers, and I share the community’s pride and anticipation,” said Rutgers University President Robert Barchi.

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, New Jersey.
While at commencement Rutgers University is presenting President Obama with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. Along with President Barack 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 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 understands this and is striving to come up with a pleasing solution for everyone involved.
In beginning to plan for the President’s participation in our ceremony, we have quickly recognized that it will not be possible to satisfy requests from all the people at Rutgers who would like to attend in person. We anticipate the White House will request further restrictions that will limit seating. However, in recognition of the historic nature of this event and in order to create the opportunity for Class of 2016 representation from all our universities, I would like to invite at least some of the seniors at Rutgers University–Newark and Rutgers University–Camden who are receiving their bachelor’s degrees this year to be present and view the event in person. Further details regarding the attendance of Rutgers–Newark and Rutgers–Camden graduating seniors will be forthcoming as soon as we work out the logistics.”

Audio News Story

Jonelle Allen

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.

President Obama to Speak at the 2016 Rutgers Commencement Ceremony (Web Package)

Jonelle Allen

President Barack (Bu–Rack) Obama (O–Ba–Ma) is set to be the Commencement speaker at the Rutgers 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.

“It has been exciting to see the response from our students to the news that President Obama (O–Ba–Ma) has agreed to speak at the Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences Commencement on May 15. This is a wonderful honor for Rutgers, and I share the community’s pride and anticipation,” said Rutgers University President Robert Barchi. (Bar-Chee).

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 (O–Ba–Ma), 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 adhered to at this commencement. Rutgers University President Robert Barchi (Bar-Chee) understands this and is striving to come up with a pleasing solution for everyone involved.

“In beginning to plan for the President’s participation in our ceremony, we have quickly recognized that it will not be possible to satisfy requests from all the people at Rutgers who would like to attend in person. We anticipate the White House will request further restrictions that will limit seating. However, in recognition of the historic nature of this event and in order to create the opportunity for Class of 2016 representation from all our universities, I would like to invite at least some of the seniors at Rutgers University–Newark and Rutgers University–Camden who are receiving their bachelor’s degrees this year to be present and view the event in person. Further details regarding the attendance of Rutgers–Newark and Rutgers–Camden graduating seniors will be forthcoming as soon as we work out the logistics,” said Robert Barchi (Bar-Chee).

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