Fitchburg State University celebrated its 127th commencement exercises in May, awarding nearly 850 undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Media and information technology pioneer John Honeycutt '91 will return to campus to deliver the undergraduate commencement address on Saturday, May 20.
The graduating class included students from 30 states and four countries.
The ceremony will remarks by Graduate Student Leadership Award Spencer Fuller and undergraduate valedictorian Hallie Dyer.
The spring ceremonies included the awarding of master's and bachelor's degrees to students hailing from across the country and the world.
Fitchburg State is hosting its 126th commencement exercises in 2022 with fully in-person celebrations of student achievement.
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