For the first time in its 136-year history, Concordia College will hold separate Commencement exercises for their Graduate and Undergraduate degree candidates on Saturday, May 13.
Record growth driven by innovative new program offerings, unique student-focused approach, and flexible course delivery options, created the need for the new Commencement structure.
The Graduate Commencement will be held at 9am. Associate Judge of the Juvenile Court of Fulton County in Georgia, Wenona Clark Belton will deliver the address.
Veteran CNN journalist Brenda Bush Weeks will deliver the Undergraduate Commencement address during the 2pm ceremony.
"I expect an electric connection between the experience of these two speakers and the aspirations of this graduating class. The dynamism of the day will prove to be a blessing,” said Concordia College President, Rev. John A. Nunes, Ph.D.
See full speaker bios and schedule of events here.