NKU holds commencement setting new school record - Tucson News Now

NKU honors largest graduating class in school history

HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, KY (FOX19) -

Northern Kentucky University graduated 1,636 students on Saturday setting a record for the school.

Three ceremonies are being held throughout the day at the Bank of Kentucky Center.

The ceremonies kicked off at 9:00 a.m. with the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Informatics. Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President of the University of Maryland at Baltimore County, was the speaker.

The second ceremony featured the College of Education and Human Services, College of Business and College of Health Professions. CEO of Landor Associates, Mary Zalla, was the speaker.

The final ceremony will feature the Chase College of Law. Attorney and Businessman, Bruce Lunsford, will be the speaker.

The 2013 spring graduates of NKU include 1,217 undergraduates, 242 graduate, 10 doctoral and 167 law students.   

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