Cuttington University to Graduate 765 Students

SUAKOKO, BongCuttington University’s main campus in Suakoko is expected to host the university’s 2024 commencement ceremonies on June 15.

Advertus Wright, Cuttington’s vice president for institutional advancement, said the university would graduate 765 students from its three campuses – 72 from the junior college in Kakata, Margibi; 325 from the main campus in Suakoko; and 320 from the School of Graduate and Professional Studies in Monrovia. An additional 48 students will be obtaining post-graduate diplomas.

Wright noted that the students set to receive degrees have completed academic work in line with the best international standards and practices.

“This year’s commencement is associated with major events that have beautified the entire commencement convocation,” Wright said. “The activities started with the Herbert and Marion Donovan College of Allied Health Sciences Tea Party followed by the President’s Traditional Tea Party or Gala, while the Baccalaureate Service was held on the University’s main Campus on June 9, 2024.”

This year’s Commencement Convocation is under the watchful eyes of H.E Dr. Romelle A. Horton, President of Cuttington University.

Prominent members of Liberian society are expected to attend the ceremony, including Chief Justice Sie-A-Nyene Yuoh and Vice President Jeremiah Koung, a Cuttington alumni.

The private university was founded in 1889 as Cuttington College by the Episcopal Church of the United States. It is sub-Saharan Africa’s oldest private, coeducational, undergraduate, and degree-granting institution.

Featured photo by Patrick Tokpah

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