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Spring 2022 Graduation List (PDF)

Congratulations to all the Middle Tennessee State University students whose years of effort earned them a degree in the university’s spring 2022 commencement ceremonies! The Spring 2022 Graduation List is available here in a searchable PDF.

This list and those from the previous two years are updated after each semester’s commencement ceremonies.

Three Middle Tennessee State University prospective graduates wait to walk across the stage and accept their new degrees in Hale/Earle Arena inside Murphy Center Saturday, May 7, during the university's spring 2022 afternoon commencement ceremony. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees — 2,041 to undergraduates and 433 to graduate students — during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

Three Middle Tennessee State University prospective graduates wait to walk across the stage and accept their new degrees in Hale/Earle Arena inside Murphy Center May 7 during the university’s spring 2022 afternoon commencement ceremony. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees — 2,041 to undergraduates and 433 to graduate students — during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)

Please note: The MTSU Registrar’s Office provides these lists, and all information comes from each student’s official records. The Office of News and Media Relations doesn’t compile or create the graduates lists. If you have questions about a student’s presence on the graduation list or about the graduation list in general, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 615-898-5170 or records@mtsu.edu.

Complete news coverage, including a video and photos, from MTSU’s spring 2022 commencement ceremonies is available here

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

Middle Tennessee State University doctoral candidate Edward F. Beason of Livingston, Tenn., smiles as his adviser, MTSU digital history professor Molly Taylor-Poleskey, helps him don his new hood denoting his Ph.D. in public history Saturday, May 7, during the university's spring 2022 afternoon commencement ceremony in Murphy Center. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees — 2,041 to undergraduates and 433 to graduate students — during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU photo by Andy Heidt)

Middle Tennessee State University doctoral candidate Edward F. Beason of Livingston, Tenn., smiles as his adviser, MTSU digital history professor Molly Taylor-Poleskey, helps him don his new hood denoting his Ph.D. in public history May 7 during the university’s spring 2022 afternoon commencement ceremony in Murphy Center. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU file photo by Andy Heidt)

2022

Spring 2022
• Summer 2022
• Fall 2022

2021

Spring 2021
Summer 2021
Fall 2021

2020

Spring 2020
Summer 2020
Fall 2020

A Middle Tennessee State University graduate watches for her supporters in Hale/Earle Arena inside Murphy Center while waiting to receive her new degree Saturday, May 7, during the university's spring 2022 morning commencement ceremony. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees — 2,041 to undergraduates and 433 to graduate students — during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU photo by James Cessna)

A Middle Tennessee State University graduate watches for her supporters in Hale/Earle Arena inside Murphy Center while waiting to receive her new degree May 7 during the university’s spring 2022 morning commencement ceremony. MTSU awarded 2,474 degrees during its three-ceremony spring 2022 commencement event. (MTSU file photo by James Cessna)


Suggestions for media using these PDF lists:

  1. Click on your preferred 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, search for your county’s students, then define, copy and paste your special list into a new document for publication.

Problems viewing or downloading the list? Contact News and Media Relations.

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