S&T to honor nearly 700 graduates at fall commencement ceremonies

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On November 30, 2023

Students participating in Missouri S&T’s spring 2023 commencement ceremony. Photo by Michael Pierce/Missouri S&T.

Students celebrate their graduation by tossing their caps at Missouri S&T’s spring 2023 commencement ceremony on May 13. Photo by Michael Pierce/Missouri S&T.

Missouri University of Science and Technology will hold three commencement ceremonies this fall in the Gale Bullman Building, located at 10th Street and Bishop Avenue in Rolla. Ph.D. candidates will be honored during a ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 15. Bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates will be recognized during two ceremonies held at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16. Saturday’s ceremonies are divided by discipline.

During the Dec. 15 ceremony, 29 doctoral candidates will be recognized for completing the highest level of formal education, earning a Ph.D. and becoming experts in their fields. 

During the Saturday morning ceremony, approximately 330 graduate and undergraduate degrees will be awarded to candidates in aerospace engineering; biological sciences; business administration; business and management systems; ceramic engineering; economics; engineering management; environmental sciences; geological engineering, geology and geophysics; geotechnics; industrial-organizational psychology, information science and technology; manufacturing engineering; materials science and engineering; mechanical engineering; metallurgical engineering; petroleum engineering; psychology; systems engineering; and water science and engineering.

During the Saturday afternoon ceremony, approximately 340 degrees will be awarded to candidates in applied mathematics; architectural engineering; chemical engineering; chemistry; civil engineering; computer engineering; computer science; education; electrical engineering; English; English and technical communication; explosives engineering; explosives technology; environmental engineering; history; mathematics; mining engineering; multidisciplinary studies; nuclear engineering; philosophy; physics; and technical communication.

People with sight, hearing and mobility impairments who are planning to attend commencement should call 573-341-7734 for the university to provide reasonable accommodations.

Each event will be livestreamed via Missouri S&T’s Facebook page and on Zoom for guests who need closed captioning. (The Zoom links are available at registrar.mst.edu/commencement.)

For additional details, please visit registrar.mst.edu/commencement.

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