The College of Communications commencement ceremony was one of 14 ceremonies, including the ROTC commissioning ceremony and the Schreyer Honors College medals ceremony, to be held on the University Park campus this past weekend. There were 7,424 associate, baccalaureate and graduate degrees conferred at University Park May 12-14. Systemwide, Penn State graduated a total of 10,355 students -- approximately 594 with associate degrees, 8,154 with baccalaureate degrees, 1,284 with graduate degrees, 123 with medical degrees and 200 with juris doctorate degrees.
Sometimes a cell phone is a good way to let your parents know where you are.
College of Communications students are all smiles after receiving their degrees during commencement ceremonies Saturday morning at Recreation Hall.
The white Navy dress uniform of IST graduate Mark Stirling stands out among the blue caps and gowns of his College of Information Sciences and Technology classmates. Four newly commissioned officers from the IST class of 2006 were recognized Saturday at University Park.
The College of Communications held commencement cermonies in Recreation Hall Saturday morning.
Penn State graduates celebrate their accomplishments.