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GFCB Students Participate in WKU's 175th Commencement

Students from the Gordon Ford College of Business participated in Commencement ceremonies on May 16 and May 17 as part of WKU’s largest spring baccalaureate graduating class ever.

WKU’s 175th Commencement began on Friday, May 16, as 41 Master of Accountancy, and Master of Applied Economics, and MBA students received their degrees.

On Saturday, May 17, 210 undergraduate students from the GFCB received their degrees.

Two Scholars of the College were recognized during the Commencement exercises.

Chad A. Koons of Bowling Green, who received a bachelor of science degree in management and is an Honors College graduate. He is the son of Bill and Debbie Koons.

Lindsay T. Thomas of Bowling Green, who received a bachelor of science degree in marketing and is an Honors College graduate. She is the daughter of Kevin and Christy Thomas.

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