Colorado State will award more than 3,200 degrees
FORT COLLINS, Colorado ” More than 3,200 students will get degrees or ROTC commissions at Colorado State University in Fort Collins this Friday and Saturday.
CSU says nearly 2,600 students will get undergraduate degrees and 670 will get graduate degrees. The graduate degrees include nearly 80 doctorates and more than 120 veterinary medicine degrees.
Former U.S. Sen. Tim Wirth, now president of the United Nations Foundation and the Better World Fund, will get an honorary doctoral degree.