Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2024

On Sat., May 18, in front of Alumni Hall, 507 undergraduate and graduate students in the class of 2024 were celebrated for their achievements during the 131st commencement exercises. 

This year the college celebrated 50 years of full co-education and the inaugural year for the Jean School of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Hooding ceremonies for the college’s Criminal Justice and Special Education master’s programs took place earlier in the day. 

News: Class of 2024 celebrated for resiliency and achievement

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I realized my experience on this campus has always been so much more than just the texts we read, the lectures we attended. It’s more like an energy that evolved. A moral compass that was developed. An understanding that every day we have the opportunity to try and balance inequities. To question authority. To tell the truth.

— Lauren Chooljian Baer ’10, Senior Reporter and Producer with New Hampshire Public Radio

Video: Commencement Exercises for the Class of 2024 (Livestream Recording)
Video: Honors Convocation and Baccalaureate Mass (Livestream Recording)
Photos: Class of 2024 Commencement Exercises
Photos: Additional 2024 Commencement Candids
Photos: Carr Center Student Line-up
Photos: Master's in Criminology and Criminal Justice Hooding Ceremony
Photos: Master's in Special Education Hooding Ceremony
Photos: Military Commissioning
Photos: Senior Brunch and Grotto
Photos: Convocation and Baccalaureate
Photos: Men's Lacrosse Commencement Exercises

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