Commencement 2013

Commencement 2013

Grove City College held commencement exercises for the Class of 2013 on the morning of Saturday, May 18. Long-time faculty member, attorney and retiring dean Dr. John A. Sparks ’66 delivered the commencement address.
 
Of the 592 graduates, 42 earned Summa Cum Laude honors, 118 were Magna Cum Laude and 96 were Cum Laude. Forty-three percent of all students, or 256, earned College honors and many more earned honors within their major.
 
Visit the links below for audio and visual recaps of both baccalaureate and commencement.
 
Get Microsoft SilverlightCommencement Highlight Video
 

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For baccalaureate audio please click HERE.
 
For commencement audio please click HERE.

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