December 2019

Fall 2019 Commencement

Friday the 13th was anything but unlucky for #EKU’s newest graduates. Rather, Dec. 13 was the date their college journeys came to a successful end and the next stages of their lives, full of promise and purpose, began.

Graduates stand after being recognized during the third ceremony
CJS degree candidates prepare for graduation
CJS & CLASS degree candidates take a group photo prior to graduation
A CLASS professor shows off his naughty or nice Santa hat prior to graduation
Joey Chapman looks on during the first graduation ceremony
Diploma cases sit before the start of the first graduation
A female degree candidate takes a selfie during the first graduation
A female degree candidate holds her daughter during the first graduation
A male degree candidate looks on during the first graduation
"Psyched for my next adventure" is seen on the cap of a female degree candidate.
CLASS' student graduate gestures with his hands during his speech.
A student athlete degree candidate looks on during the first graduation
CJS degree candidates smile during the first graduation
CJS students pose for a photo after receiving the diplomas
A female degree candidate looks on during the first graduation ceremony
Carsen Bryant shakes Dean Zeigler's hand as she walks across stage.
Autumn VanWinkle points at camera two with President Benson
CJS degree candidates pose for a photo after walking across the stage.
A female CJS student poses for a photo after walking across the stage.
Jeremiah Johnson, smiles as he moves his tassel.
A female graduate sits during the first graduation with her decorated cap.
A female graduate looks at the camera during the first graduation ceremony
A female graduate waves to her family
A female degree candidate shows off her cap
The Health Sciences banner holder awaits the start of graduation.
A female degree candidate calls her family during the health sciences ceremony
A male degree candidate looks on during the health sciences graduation
A grandmother stands up during the health sciences graduation ceremony
The daughter of a degree candidate stands up to be recognized
Health Sciences degree candidates applaud during their ceremony
The health sciences class speaker address the crowd
"Four Years Later" is decorated on a degree candidates cap
A female degree candidate walks the stage after receiving her diploma
A student athlete points up to the crowd after receiving his degree
A female degree candidate lets out a yell, after receiving her diploma
A female degree candidate celebrates after receiving her degree
Health Sciences degree candidates receives their diplomas
A female candidate gets congratulated after receiving her diploma
Kelley Lynn Harlan gets hooded during the Health Sciences graduation ceremony
Phaneece Macklin smiles, while moving her tassel to the other side
Ciara Sandefur stands in line as she awaits the third graduation ceremony
A female degree candidate awaits the start of the third graduation ceremony
A female musician participates during the third graduation ceremony
Degree candidates await there seating assignments during the third graduation
A non traditional male degree candidate points to the camera
Degree candidates point and look at the camera as they walk in
Business faculty members pose for a photo during the third graduation
Ms. Cheyenne Jennings sings the national anthem during the third ceremony
"And she goes to change the world"
A degree candidate sports a EKU 2019 bow on her cap
"Do Recklessly" is seen on a degree candidates cap.
Whitney Underwood, gives her class speech at the third ceremony
McKaylan Drach, shakes President Benson's hand after receiving her diploma
A male degree candidate takes a selfie after receiving his diploma
April Barnes receives her Doctorate degree
A female graduate waves to family members after receiving her diploma
Graduates looks up to the stands during the third graduation ceremony
President Benson receives recognition
President Benson gestures after being recognized during the last ceremony
Graduates talk amongst themselves after being recognized by President Benson
A female graduate celebrates
A male degree candidate looks at the camera at the end of the third ceremony

Published on December 14, 2019

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