PSU Preparing for 2012 Commencement

March 9th, 2012 by blyndes

 PLYMOUTH, N.H.-A sure sign of spring arrived Friday, March 9 at Plymouth State University as members of the class of 2012 began preparations for their graduation. Students  gathered in the Hartman Union Building to begin the transition from PSU student to alumnus, picking up their mortar board and gowns, getting advice on finding employment, finalizing student loan agreements and signing up for alumni benefits. More than 1,000 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students are expected to participate in the May 19 commencement ceremony. Left to right, class of 2012 members Brooke Johnson, a marketing major from Walpole, Mass., and Danielle Colageo, a public management major from Dedham, Mass., try out their mortarboards as they prepare for Plymouth State University’s upcoming commencement ceremony.

 

For more information about this release, contact Bruce Lyndes, PSU Media Relations Mgr., (603) 535-2775 or blyndes@plymouth.edu

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