A Note from President L. Jay Lemons
The most significant occasion in the life of Susquehanna University is Commencement, when we come together to celebrate the graduation of another class of Susquehannans. May 11 was a spectacular occasion, a day that participants and attendees should long remember with fondness and pride.
To the 493 members of the Class of 2014, we do not bid farewell but charge you to go forth from Susquehanna as ambassadors ready and willing to make a difference. As alumni, you hold a central place in the university family, with many opportunities to stay connected to your alma mater and the people you encountered here.
Susquehanna is not only a place where you spent four important years of your life, but also somewhere you can always consider home. You are a part of this community, adding to the rich tapestry that is Susquehanna. I encourage you to keep the ties to your alma mater strong. You will reap many benefits from those ties, as will Susquehanna.
And, wave the orange and maroon high as you achieve, lead and serve in all of your future endeavors.
L. Jay Lemons
President Lemons Reflects on Commencement
Susquehanna President L. Jay Lemons reflects on Commencement.