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Ceremony & Venue Information

Event

College of Southern Nevada’s 50th Anniversary Commencement Ceremony

Date & Time

May 16th @ 4:30 p.m. For Processional Formation

6:00 p.m. Start of Event

Location

Thomas & Mack Center 4505 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89154

Commencement

All graduating students are encouraged to participate in commencement exercises held at the close of the spring semester each year. During the ceremony, all bachelors, associate degrees, and certificates of achievement are recognized for summer of the previous year, fall of the previous year, and spring of the current year. Applicants for all three graduating terms receive spring commencement ceremonies information via email and regular mail. Participation in the Commencement Ceremony DOES NOT guarantee completion of a degree or graduation from CSN. The degree is conferred once the student's transcript denotes completion of the declared major.

4298
GRADUATES
1538
FIRST GENERATION
180
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
3.25
AVERAGE GPA
Student Speaker

Kesha Westbrooks is graduating from the College of Southern Nevada with an Associate Degree in General Studies. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s in social work at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, with plans to apply for its advanced-standing Master’s in social work program. She is honored to be chosen as CSN’s 50th anniversary student commencement speaker.

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Commencement Speaker

Barbara Agonia is Professor Emerita at the College of Southern Nevada. A founding faculty of the College, she twice received the President’s Medal for meritorious service to CSN. Ms. Agonia taught English and Speech, first in a high school in Illinois and then at CSN for the duration of her career.

During her tenure at CSN Ms. Agonia oversaw the Re-Entry Center, chaired both the English and Fine Arts departments, served in the Faculty Senate and was advisor to the Associated Students of the College of Southern Nevada.