The University of South Florida will award more than 2,700 degrees at the start of the summer scheduled for Saturday, August 6. The ceremonies include recipients of 1,789 bachelor’s degrees, 755 master’s degrees, three education specialists and 170 doctorates.
The group includes 15 undergraduates earning a perfect 4.0 GPA, 68 veteran students, and includes graduates from 41 states and 70 nations. At 18, the youngest graduate obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. The oldest graduate, who is 75, receives a bachelor’s degree in general studies.
USF President Rhea Law will preside over all ceremonies, which will be held at the Yuengling Center on the Tampa campus.
Saturday August 6
9 a.m.: Baccalaureate recipients of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Arts and Office of Undergraduate Studies
1:30 p.m.: Baccalaureate recipients of the Colleges of Behavioral and Community Sciences, Muma College of Business, Education, Engineering, Nursing and Public Health
7 p.m.: Master, Pedagogy and Doctorate recipients from all colleges: Arts and Sciences, Behavioral and Community Sciences, Muma College of Business, Education, Engineering, Patel College of Global Sustainability, Graduate Studies, Marine Science, Morsani College of Medicine, Nursing, Taneja College of Pharmacy, Health public and the arts