Friday Dec. 14, 2018 at Alumni Coliseum 

9 a.m.

College  of Justice and Safety: This ceremony will be held in Alumni Coliseum. Departments include Criminal Justice and Police Studies; School of Justice Studies; School of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management.

College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences: Departments include Anthropology/Sociology/Social Work; Art and Design; Communication; Economics; English and Theatre; Government; History; Interdisciplinary Programs; Languages, Cultures, and Humanities; the School of Music; Philosophy and Religion; and Psychology.

The ceremony of College of Justice Safety and the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences will be combined. 

1:30 p.m.

College of Health Sciences: This ceremony will be held at 1:30 p.m. in Alumni Coliseum. A reception, for graduates and their families, will be held following the ceremony in the Fred Darling Auxiliary Gym. Departments include Environmental Health Science; Exercise and Sport Science; Family and Consumer Sciences; Health Promotion and Administration; Medical Laboratory Science; Nursing; Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy; Recreation and Park Administration. 

6 p.m. 

College of Business and Technology: Departments include Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems; Agriculture; Applied Engineering and Technology; Management, Marketing, and International Business. A reception, for graduates and their families, will be held following the ceremony in the Fred Darling Auxiliary Gym. 

College of Education: Departments include American Sign Language and Interpreter Education; Counseling and Educational Psychology; Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Leadership and Policy Studies; Special Education. 

College of Sciences:  Departments include Biological Sciences; Chemistry; Computer Science; Geography and Geology; Mathematics and Statistics; Physics and Astronomy.

The College of Business and Technology, College of Education and  College of Sciences will be combined.

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