Special to The Sun
The University of Central Oklahoma will celebrate the achievements of approximately 1,112 graduates during the Fall 2012 Commencement Ceremonies Friday and Saturday in Central’s Hamilton Field House.
Beginning at 1 p.m. Friday, UCO President Don Betz will confer degrees on students who have applied to receive bachelor’s degrees from the College of Education and Professional Studies.
Later at 5 p.m., the ceremony for approximately 209 master’s degree candidates will begin.
At 10 a.m. Saturday, commencement ceremonies for students who have applied to receive bachelor’s degrees from the College of Business and College of Fine Arts and Design will begin.
Later at 2 p.m., the College of Mathematics and Science and the College of Liberal Arts will begin the commencement ceremonies for students who have applied to receive bachelor’s degrees.
Graduates and guests attending the ceremonies are asked to arrive early because field house traditionally fills to capacity.
Limited parking west of the field house will be reserved for the elderly and those with disabilities.
All campus parking spaces, except those in the reserved lot to the west side of the field house, will be open during the commencement events for those attending ceremonies.
Guests attending ceremonies without tickets will only be admitted as space is available following the National Anthem.
Those without tickets may view the ceremonies on video monitors located in the south foyer of the field house as space permits.
The ceremonies can also be viewed online at www.uco.edu/commencement, with live streams beginning approximately 20 minutes before each ceremony. Those with iPhones and Internet enabled phones using Windows Mobile will be able to view the live webcast of each ceremony on the commencement website, as well.
A list of each college with the number of students who have applied for bachelor’s and master’s degrees are as follows:
• College of Business, 227 bachelor’s and 48 master’s
• College of Education and Professional Studies, 290 bachelor’s and 101 master’s
• College of Fine Arts and Design, 46 bachelor’s and two master’s
• College of Liberal Arts, 191 bachelor’s and 43 master’s
• College of Mathematics and Science, 126 bachelor’s and nine master’s
• Interdisciplinary Studies in Forensic Science, 23 bachelor’s and six master’s
For more information about Central’s graduation visit www.uco.edu/