Kennesaw State to graduate 3,400 students at spring commencement

KENNESAW, Ga. | May 1, 2019

Six ceremonies will be held during University’s three-day graduation celebration

Kennesaw State University will graduate 3,400 students during the University’s spring commencement ceremonies, May 7-9.

Kennesaw State alumnus Keith Schroeder, founder and CEO of High Road Craft Ice Cream, will address graduates in the Coles College of Business on Tuesday, May 7 at 10 a.m., and Jonathan McMurry, associate vice president for research and professor of chemistry, will address master’s and doctoral candidates during the 7 p.m. ceremony later that day.

The University’s six graduation ceremonies will be held in the KSU Convocation Center on the Kennesaw Campus.


10 a.m. – Coles College of Business

Speaker: Keith Schroeder

3 p.m. – College of Architecture and Construction Management, College of Computing and Software Engineering, and Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology

7 p.m. – Graduate College

Speaker: Jonathan McMurry


10 a.m. – College of Humanities and Social Sciences

2 p.m. – WellStar College of Health and Human Services, College of Science and Mathematics, and University College


10 a.m. – College of Humanities and Social Sciences – School of Communication, Bagwell College of Education, and College of the Arts

Click here for directions to the Convocation Center, 590 Cobb Avenue, Kennesaw. For more information about the graduation ceremonies, visit the Commencement website.

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