Commencement 2015

Commencement 2015

Grove City College celebrated its 135th Commencement ceremony on May 16 as 544 new graduates entered into the wider world.
 
The College awarded honorary degrees to longtime defender of human rights and one of the nation’s leading pastors during Commencement, held on the Quad. Former U.S. Rep. Frank Wolf received a Doctor of Laws degree in recognition of his work as a lawmaker and champion of human rights and religious freedom. He was Commencement speaker. The Reverend Alistair Begg, senior minister of Parkside Church near Cleveland, Ohio, received a Doctor of Divinity degree. Begg, a native of Scotland, spoke during the Baccalaurate service on May 15.
 

Baccalaureate Audio/Video

Click HERE to watch archived live stream footage of Baccalaureate.
Click HERE for archived live audio of Baccalaureate. 

Commencement Audio/Video

Click HERE to watch archived live stream footage of Commencement.
Click HERE for archived live audio of Commencement.

Produced audio and video recordings from Baccalaureate and Commencement will be made available for online viewing this summer. To pre-order a DVD of both ceremonies, please visit www.gcc.edu/commencementdvd.

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