More than 1,800 Texas A&M University students are scheduled to graduate Friday (Aug. 14), making this summer class one of the largest in school history.
Thursday (Aug. 13)
5:30 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium -- Gene Stallings ’57 will be the university’s summer commencement convocation speaker. For more, go to: http://dmc-news.tamu.edu/templates/?a=7930&z=15
Friday (Aug. 14)
9 a.m. in Reed Arena – for graduate degree candidates in the Bush School of Government and Public Service and graduate and undergraduate degree candidates in the Colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Geosciences, Liberal Arts and Science
2 p.m. in Reed Arena – for graduate and undergraduate degree candidates in the Mays Business School, the College of Architecture, College of Education and Human Development, Dwight Look College of Engineering and College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The ceremony will include commissioning of 22 graduates in the Corps of Cadets into military service by Lt. Gen. John Van Alstyne, commandant of the corps. For more on the Corps of Cadets, go to: http://www.aggiecorps.org/.
For more information on graduation, go to: http://graduation.tamu.edu/ceremon.html.
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