02 Aug University of North Dakota will hold commencement ceremony TODAY, Aug. 2
This marks the sixth year with more than 500 summer graduates
More than 500 students are eligible to receive degrees at the University of North Dakota’s summer commencement ceremony TODAY, at 3 p.m., in the Chester Fritz Auditorium.
This marks the sixth year with more than 500 summer graduates, with 529 eligible students. The University expects to graduate 235 undergraduate students, 239 graduate students, and two law students.
Phil Wisecup, vice chancellor of the North Dakota University System, who will also officiate at the ceremony, will give remarks. Jill Louters will bring greetings on behalf of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
The ceremony is expected to last about 90 minutes. There will be no charge for parking.
UND provides a live video stream of commencement to allow family and friends to participate, even if they cannot attend in person. The stream is available on UND’s web site (www.und.edu) and Facebook page.
The stream will begin about 2:50 p.m. (CDT) on Friday, Aug. 2, about 10 minutes before the ceremony begins. If you have trouble seeing the video on the UND website, please contact tech support at http://techsupport.und.edu and chat with a representative or call 701-777-2222 (press 0 or remain on the line).
A video of the ceremony will be available for free download by Aug. 9 at https://vimeo.com/349912993.
David L. Dodds
Director of Communications
Division of Marketing & Communications
University of North Dakota