Santa Fe Commencement Weekend 2014

May 23 & 24, 2014


 

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Seventy-three undergraduates and thirty-two graduate students will take part in the commencement ceremony, held on campus in the Weigle Placita.

The greatest concentration of graduating seniors are from the states of California (14), followed by New Mexico (10), Texas (8), Washington (5), and New York (5). Several foreign countries are also represented among the graduates—Bolivia, China, France, Malaysia, Mexico, Nepal, Peru, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Our 2014 commencement speaker is Mr. John L. Gray of Washington, D.C. Mr. Gray is the director of the National Museum of American History at the Smithsonian Institute, and former president of the Museum of the American West. He has also had a distinguished 25-year career in banking and government. Mr. Gray is an alumnus of the St. John’s College graduate program in Eastern Classics and also serves on the St. John’s College Presidents' Council.


Schedule of Events

Friday, May 23

11:30 a.m. 
College-wide Commencement Picnic 
Athletic Field

1 p.m. 
Faculty/Alumni/Student softball game 
Athletic Field

4 p.m. 
President’s Reception for families, friends, and all degree candidates
Great Hall, Peterson Student Center

Saturday, May 24

9:30 a.m. 
Photography Session for all undergraduate degree candidates

10 a.m.
Photography Session for all Graduate Institute degree candidates

10:30 a.m. 
Forty-Eighth Annual Commencement Ceremony of the Santa Fe Campus in the Three Hundred and Eighteenth Year of St. John’s College 
Weigle Placita

Noon
Commencement Lunch
Peterson Student Center

We look forward to seeing you at Commencement!


 

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