Cornell College conferred degrees on 273 students during its annual Commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. on Sunday, May 8. 

Melinda Green, Professor of Psychology, gave the faculty address. Kahn Branch, a graduating senior from Washington, D.C., gave the student address.

The Commencement ceremony was the final event of a weekend that celebrates the achievements of the graduating class. Other events include a reception for graduating seniors on Friday and the annual Baccalaureate service. Seniors’ words of gratitude for family, friends, and mentors were read at the service. Professor Emeritus of Religion, Joseph Molleur, delivered the sermon.

Commencement images

Commencement words

Commencement recap video