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Recognition ceremonies for Fall 2018 graduates will be held Saturday, December 15 in E.A. Diddle Arena. Congratulations to the class of 2018! Learn more about the ceremonies below.

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View From the Hill

WKU’s five academic colleges will recognize more than 14-hundred fall graduates in ceremonies on Saturday. Amy Bingham has the story of one WKU graduate whose nearly decade long educational journey has led him to a six figure salary in this week’s View From the Hill.

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