Celebrating the Class of 2020

As part of our virtual recognition and celebration of our graduating students, Dartmouth is collecting images of families, friends and other supporters sending congratulations and wishes to the Class of 2020. We encourage you to submit an image (or images) with you (and your family/friends) holding a sign or banner of some sort with a short, clear message of congratulations to the class.

Submit your photo by 10pm EDT on Sunday, May 31. The deadline for submissions has passed, but we will be showcasing additional photos in a family and friends Flickr photo album on June 14th after the ceremony, and welcome your submissions for the Flickr album.

Photo Taking Tips

  • Remember to be holding a sign of congratulations to the class

    • Optional:  Add "Class of 2020" at the beginning or end of the phrase.

    • Congratulations!

    • We celebrate all your accomplishments!

    • Best wishes!

    • We're proud of you!

    • You did it!

  • Make your own sign/banner, or download and print a ready-made sign here!

  • Use the landscape/horizontal/'sideways" orientation.  This is important for consistency as the photos are stitched together.

  • Position yourself in a location where the primary light source is in front of, rather than behind you.

  • Position yourself in the center of the frame, and make sure there is a little bit of space between the top of your head and the top of the frame.

Grant of permission

By submitting your images and/or videos, you are granting permission for them to be used in Dartmouth publications such as news stories, photo galleries, videos, or other Dartmouth social media pages and websites. You'll still keep the copyright (credit will be given where possible).

Submit your photos here

Upload to Dartmouth Dropbox.  The deadline for submissions has passed, but we will be showcasing additional photos in a family and friends Flickr photo album on June 14th after the ceremony, and welcome your submissions for the Flickr album.

If possible, please rename your file using your student's name.