OMAHA – On Friday, May 8, and Saturday, May 9, the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) celebrated the graduation of more than 1,900 new alumni during the May 2015 Commencement ceremonies.
A total of eight ceremonies and receptions were held on campus over the two days, including individual college convocation ceremonies and university-wide conferral of degrees ceremony.
Each ceremony celebrated the educational careers of newly graduated students, across undergraduate, masters and doctoral degrees, as well as UNO alumni, faculty and staff.
In order to honor each and every one of UNO’s May 2015 graduates, a list of names and corresponding degree type, hometown, and academic honors has been produced.
Included below are two versions of the May 2015 Commencement List. The first is organized exclusively by last name, but contains all of the supplemental information, while the second is organized, by hometown, and then by last name.
May 2015 Graduates - By Name (PDF)
May 2015 Graduates - By Hometown (PDF)
Please note that because final grades are not submitted at the time of commencement, there is the possibility that a name included on the list may not actually meet the requirements to receive their degree.
Also, please note that the number of names included in the above lists only include those who applied for degrees for May graduation. A number of the 1,900 who participated in the May 2015 Commencement ceremonies have applied for degrees with an August deadline.
If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Charley Reed, UNO Associate Director of Media Relations, at 402.554.2129 or email@example.com.
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