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More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement festivities this month. More than 10,000 SDSU students will graduate at the university’s commencement festivities this month.
 


More than 10,000 Students to Graduate From SDSU

SDSU commencement ceremonies are scheduled for May 12-14 on SDSU’s main campus and May 11 at SDSU-Imperial Valley.
By Katie White
 

More than 10,000 San Diego State University degree candidates will see their hard work and dedication realized at the university’s commencement ceremonies this month.

SDSU will host seven separate ceremonies from May 12-14 at Viejas Arena and one ceremony on May 11 at its Imperial Valley campus.

The College of Sciences will hold the largest ceremony, honoring 1,778 degree candidates. The College of Engineering will have the most intimate ceremony, awarding 849 degrees.

Campus visitors should be advised that the university expects Viejas Arena to reach its 12,414-person capacity during several ceremonies and the use of alternate modes of transportation to campus is encouraged.

Commencement schedule:

Thursday, May 11
Imperial Valley Campus, 7 p.m., Rollie Carrillo Quad

Friday, May 12
College of Arts and Letters, 10 a.m., Viejas Arena
College of Sciences, 3 p.m., Viejas Arena

Saturday, May 13
Fowler College of Business, 8 a.m., Viejas Arena
College of Health and Human Services, 1 p.m., Viejas Arena
College of Engineering, 5:30 p.m., Viejas Arena

Sunday, May 14
College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts, 9 a.m., Viejas Arena
College of Education and Division of Undergraduate Studies, 2 p.m., Viejas Arena

Watch and connect with commencement

Go behind the scenes of SDSU commencement by connecting with the university on social media.

Tune into SDSU’s Facebook page and Snapchat (@sandiegostate) prior to each ceremony to see videos and photos of graduates.

Follow SDSU’s Twitter and Instagram accounts to see tweets and photos posted by students, faculty and staff.

Broadcast times for individual ceremonies can be found online.

Please visit SDSU’s Commencement website for additional information.