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West Chester U. is flush with graduates

West Chester splits commencement into two ceremonies for the first time because of the large number of graduates.

West Chester U. is flush with graduates

2011 file photo: West Chester University
2011 file photo: West Chester University

Flush with graduates, West Chester University for the first time will split its commencement into two outdoor ceremonies on Saturday, May 18, officials announced this week.

Nearly 2,300 undergraduates are eligible to take part in commencement at Farrell Stadium on South Campus, the largest in the school's history, the university said.

The first ceremoney for graduates of the colleges of business and public affairs; education; and health sciences will  start at 10 a.m. The second for graduates of the colleges of Arts and Sciences; and visual and performing arts will begin at 3 p.m.

Graduates receiving master's degrees will have their ceremony on Monday, May 20.

Susan Snyder
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