Andrews University Graduation
July 30-August 2, 2015
- The Summer 2015 Graduation weekend schedule is now online!
Plan to attend a special presentation titled "Discovering Bats" by world-renowned bat expert, Dr. Merlin Tuttle, on Sunday, August 2 at 7 p.m. in the Howard Performing Arts Center. Suitable for all ages! Dr. Tuttle will be recognized for his achievements in the field of bat conservation by the conferral of an honorary Doctor of Science during the commencement service that morning. More information on his presentation is available in the online Agenda.
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To order a DVD of one or more of the Spring 2015 graduation ceremonies, please visit augraduation.com or call 877-721-4100 (U.S. only) or, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Videos of the commencement services can be viewed here.
To order Spring 2015 graduation photos: Approximately two weeks after graduation, graduates will receive an e-mail from Grad Images with a link to order professional photos that were taken at their respective commencement service. If you don’t receive an e-mail, please go to http://gradimages.com to access the order link. For additional information, go to alumni.andrews.edu/graduate
Livestream available during these times: (see full schedule)
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- Friday Consecration: 8 PM
- Sabbath Baccalaureate: 11:45 AM (Undergraduate and graduate)
- Sabbath Vespers: 8:30 PM
- Sunday Commencement: 9 AM
- "Discovering Bats" presentation by honorary Doctor of Science recipient, Dr. Merlin Tuttle: 7 PM
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