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MTSU Graduation Lists

Spring 2018 Graduation List (PDF)

These lists, alphabetized by home county and surname, include the names and hometowns of MTSU graduates by semester and are updated after each semester’s commencement ceremony.

The MTSU Registrar’s Office provides these final graduation lists shortly after each semester’s commencement ceremony. Information on the the list comes from each student’s official records; the Office of News and Media Relations does not compile nor create the final graduation list.

MTSU graduate Kyle Gyenes of Lawrenceville, Georgia, gives a happy thumbs-up May 5 as he prepares to receive his bachelor's degree magna cum laude in recording industry at the university’s spring 2018 undergraduate commencement morning ceremony in Murphy Center. MTSU presented a record 2,641 degrees — 425 graduate and 2,206 undergraduate — during the two-day event. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

MTSU graduate Kyle Gyenes of Lawrenceville, Georgia, gives a happy thumbs-up May 5 as he prepares to receive his bachelor’s degree magna cum laude in recording industry at the university’s spring 2018 undergraduate commencement morning ceremony in Murphy Center. MTSU presented a record 2,641 degrees — 425 graduate and 2,206 undergraduate — during the two-day event. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

For questions about an individual student’s presence on the list, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 615-898-5170 or records@mtsu.edu.

For more information about MTSU commencement events, including ceremony dates, times and links for graduating students, visit www.mtsunews.com/graduation-info.

Suggestions on how to best use these PDF lists:

  1. Click on your preferred semester list.
  2. After the file opens, go to the menu at the top of your browser. Click on “File,” then “Save As” and choose your preferred destination on your computer.
  3. After the file is saved to your computer, you can open it, find your county’s students, then define, copy and paste your special list into a new document for publication.

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MTSU history professor Louis Woods, director of the university’s Africana Studies Program, carefully prepares to place Torren Leon Gatson’s doctoral hood over Gatson’s commencement robes May 4 during MTSU’s spring 2018 graduate school commencement ceremony in Murphy Center. Gatson, who earned his undergraduate degrees at North Carolina Central University, wrote his dissertation on “The Combative Tactics of the NAACP Against Unfair Housing Laws and Practices: A Comparative Study of the Dynamic Changes in Urban and Rural Landscapes 1920–1960.” MTSU presented a record 2,641 degrees — 425 graduate and 2,206 undergraduate — during the two-day event. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

MTSU history professor Louis Woods, director of the university’s Africana Studies Program, carefully prepares to place Torren Leon Gatson’s doctoral hood over Gatson’s commencement robes May 4 during MTSU’s spring 2018 graduate school commencement ceremony in Murphy Center. Gatson, who earned his undergraduate degrees at North Carolina Central University, wrote his dissertation on “The Combative Tactics of the NAACP Against Unfair Housing Laws and Practices: A Comparative Study of the Dynamic Changes in Urban and Rural Landscapes 1920–1960.” MTSU presented a record 2,641 degrees — 425 graduate and 2,206 undergraduate — during the two-day event. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

Problems downloading a list? Contact News and Media Relations.

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