More Than 1,440 Diplomas to be Awarded at Tarleton's Spring Commencement
May 10, 2017 03:33PM ● Published by Melanie Heisinger
Tarleton State University will hold seven commencement ceremonies spanning two days, May 12 and 13, at Wisdom Gym. More than 1,440 diplomas will be awarded to graduates of the university's six academic colleges.
Tarleton President F. Dominic Dottavio will confer nine associate's, 1,265 bachelor’s, 179 master’s and five doctoral degrees in seven ceremonies, beginning at 1 p.m. Friday, May 12, with College of Science and Technology and College of Education curriculum and instruction graduates.
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp and Regent Charles W. Schwartz will greet graduates.
To accommodate the increased number of guests expected for Tarleton’s spring commencement ceremonies, the university will provide free shuttle service from lots P-16, P-17, P-20 and P-26 to Wisdom Gym. Guests who need assistance to and from their cars may pick up a shuttle in front of the gym’s south-facing doors. Additional handicap parking adjacent to Wisdom Gym will be available.
Rome Street will be closed to through traffic from the entrance of Lot P-26 (Nursing Building) south toward the Sloan Street intersection to ensure pedestrian safety; however, visitors still can access the campus parking lot from Frey Street.
Dates and times for commencement ceremonies are:
Friday, May 121 p.m.
College of Education (Department of Curriculum and Instruction only)
College of Science and Technology
College of Education (Department of Kinesiology only)
College of Health Sciences and Human Services
College of Graduate Studies
Saturday, May 1310 a.m.
College of Liberal and Fine Arts
College of Education (Department of Psychology only)
College of Business Administration (Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics; Department of Marketing and Computer Information Systems)
College of Business Administration (Department of Management only)
College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
For a map of Tarleton’s Stephenville campus, go to http://map.tarleton.edu.
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