Minot State University students don cap and gown
More than 650 undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to walk through Minot State University’s commencement exercises May 14, in the MSU Dome, at 10 a.m.
Here, listed by hometown, are the graduates. The listing includes type of degree, major and honors received (honors listed in boldface). The degree types listed are listed as BA for a Bachelor of Arts degree, BAS for a Bachelor of Applied Science degree, BS for a Bachelor of Science degree, BSE for a Bachelor of Science in Education degree, AAS for an Associate of Applied Science degree, MAT for a Master of Arts in Teaching degree and MS for a Master of Science degree. Students graduating with honors from Minot State University have earned a minimum cumlative grade point average of 3.9 for summa cum laude, 3.75 for magna cum laude and 3.5 for cum laude.
Students earning degrees from Dakota College at Bottineau programs offered on the Minot campus have the option of participating in MSU commencement; those who chose to do so are listed. DCB students graduating with high honors have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.8, and those with honors designation have earned a minimum of 3.5.
- Official press release with students listed by state [pdf]
- Alternative list with students alphabetically organized [pdf]
Live online video broadcast
Broadcast will start at 9:30 a.m. (Central Time)
- Broadcast Link (Requires DSL or cable, not dialup)
- An archived version of the video will be posted the following week for later viewing.
- Windows Media Player is needed for viewing (PC or Mac)
Information for graduating students
The 2010 Commencement guide is online with all of the event's details.