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USF graduation by the numbers

2,900+ More than 2,900 students from USF's Tampa campus received their degrees in three ceremonies Saturday.

800 Of those, more than 800 graduated with bachelor's degrees from the College of Arts and Sciences.

900 More than 900 others earned undergraduate degrees from the colleges of Behavioral and Community Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, the Arts and Undergraduate Studies.

600+ More than 600 students earned master's degrees.

9 students in the USF system finished with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0.

67 The oldest graduate is 67 and received a bachelor's degree in English literature from USF Sarasota-Manatee.

19 The youngest graduate Saturday is 19 and received a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from USF Tampa.

44 The graduates came from 44 states and 83 countries.

4,295 With many students double majoring, USF students earned a total of 4,295 degrees.

USF graduation by the numbers 12/15/12 [Last modified: Saturday, December 15, 2012 7:40pm]
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