ND to Confer more than 3,000 Degrees

Sue Lister | May 12, 2015 


The University of Notre Dame will confer 3,080 degrees during Commencement Weekend May 16 and 17 (Saturday and Sunday) on campus.

Degrees will be conferred on 1,990 undergraduates at Notre Dame’s 170th University Commencement Ceremony on Sunday. Christopher Patten, chancellor of the University of Oxford, will be the principal speaker and the recipient of an honorary degree. Grammy Award-winning singer and musician Aaron Neville will receive the 2015 Laetare Medal, the oldest and most prestigious honor given to American Catholics.
Anna Kottkamp, an environmental science major from Wenatchee, Washington, will deliver the valedictory address.

Read more at Notre Dame News.

 by Daily Domer Staff

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