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Graduates of the College of Education will be awarded their degrees during the 2 p.m. commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 9 at Beard-Eaves-Memorial Coliseum.
Of the College of Education's 343 graduates, 240 will earn bachelor's degrees, 78 will earn their master's, 20 will earn doctorates and five will earn specialist degrees.
The afternoon ceremony will also include the colleges and schools of Agriculture; Architecture, Design and Construction; Business; Human Sciences and Nursing.
Vincent "Bo'' Jackson, Auburn University's second Heisman Trophy winner and a 1995 Auburn graduate, will deliver the commencement address to this year's graduates. Jackson, who will speak at both the 2 p.m. and the 10 a.m. graduation ceremonies, is Auburn's second commencement speaker since the university established the practice of having an invited speaker last year.
Auburn will award an estimated 2,823 degrees during two ceremonies. The total includes 2,164 bachelor's degrees, 357 master's degrees, 222 professional degrees, five specialist degrees and 75 doctorates.
Last Updated: May 17, 2011