MTSU

MTSU Graduation Lists

Summer 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.

A trio of excited summer 2018 MTSU graduates laugh and wave to their loved ones as they participate in commencement Saturday, Aug. 11, in the university’s Murphy Center. (MTSU photo by GradImages)

A trio of excited summer 2018 MTSU graduates laugh and wave to their loved ones as they participate in commencement Saturday, Aug. 11, in the university’s Murphy Center. (MTSU photo by GradImages)

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.

2018

2017

2016

Rita Whitaker, center, glances and smiles at her doctoral adviser, MTSU professor Joey Gray, left, after Gray helped Whitaker don the academic hood signifying her new Ph.D. degree in health and human performance Saturday, Aug. 11, at MTSU’s summer 2018 commencement ceremony. Whitaker, the longtime facility manager for the university’s Murphy Center Complex and an adjunct instructor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a master’s degree in sport management from MTSU. Gray, director of MTSU’s Leisure, Sport and Tourism Studies Program, served as guest speaker for the commencement ceremony. At right is Laurie Witherow, MTSU associate vice provost for admissions and enrollment services, who serves as commencement marshal at each graduation. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

Rita Whitaker, center, glances and smiles at her doctoral adviser, MTSU professor Joey Gray, left, after Gray helped Whitaker don the academic hood signifying her new Ph.D. degree in health and human performance Saturday, Aug. 11, at MTSU’s summer 2018 commencement ceremony. Whitaker, the longtime facility manager for the university’s Murphy Center Complex and an adjunct instructor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, also holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a master’s degree in sport management from MTSU. Gray, director of MTSU’s Leisure, Sport and Tourism Studies Program, served as guest speaker for the commencement ceremony. At right is Laurie Witherow, MTSU associate vice provost for admissions and enrollment services, who serves as commencement marshal at each graduation. (MTSU photo by Eric Sutton)

Problems downloading a list? Contact News and Media Relations.

INSTAGRAM
WE ARE TRUE BLUE