Mtsu Fall Break 2023 – Nearly 1,700 Middle Tennessee State University graduates will make a little history on Saturday, Dec. 10, when the last Class of 2022 receives their degrees at the MTSU Fall 2022 Commencement Ceremony.
They will surpass 178,000 the number of MTSU degrees awarded since 1911, and they will do so on the eve of the 50th anniversary of the Murphy Center, home of the university’s commencement, ball games, classes, concerts, track. and ground competitions and other special events since late 1972.
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Undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Basic and Applied Sciences, the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences, and the College of Education will be given priority, then celebrate their achievements in a ceremony in Hale/Earle Arena from the Murphy Center.
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Students from MTSU’s Jennings A. Jones College of Business, College of Liberal Arts, College of Media and Entertainment and University College will receive their degrees at 2 p.m. ceremony
The 2022 MTSU Commencement will be broadcast live across the city and around the world on Dec. 10 on the university’s media channel, mtsu.edu/live, on True Blue TV and on the Facebook page and channel from YouTube.
On December 11, 1972, MTSU officially dedicated the nearly 250,000-square-foot, $6.5 million Charles M. “Bubber” Murphy Athletic Center, christening the arena with a game and the men’s basketball team Vanderbilt University.
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Fall 2022 graduation ceremonies will have 1,698 new MTSU alumni set to receive their degrees, a number that includes 1,344 juniors and 354 graduates, according to the university’s Office of the Registrar.
The second figure includes 328 master’s degrees, 14 training-specific degrees and 129 technology degrees, with six undergraduates and three students receiving certificates for their advanced studies.
Since last August, MTSU has awarded 176,506 degrees to its students, including associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, professional and doctoral degrees.
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The Dec. 10 ceremony will bring the number of MTSU degrees awarded to more than 178,200. Keynote Speakers Kreulen, Roberts The four Welcome and Advising Graduates lecture at the morning ceremony will be special speaker Doug Kreulen, President and CEO of the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority.
A retired US Air Force colonel and former director of operations at Huntsville International Airport, Alabama, Kreulen joined MNAA, responsible for Nashville International Airport and John C. Tune Airport, in 2012 and was named president and CEO in 2017.
Ronald Roberts, president of the MTSU Foundation and former MTSU Alumni Association, will be the luncheon keynote speaker. A two-time graduate of MTSU, Roberts is a managing partner at investment agency Finn Partners and leads its client acquisition program. He is also a member of Finn Partners’ crisis communications team and helps lead the agency’s rapid response teams to multiple crisis situations.
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Fall 2022 graduation ceremonies will include all majors, education majors, doctorates, and bachelor’s degrees from all MTSU colleges. Graduate degree recipients will attend with their university rather than a separate session for the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Both meetings will be open to the public. MTSU no longer requires indoor masks, but welcomes and encourages those who wish to wear them, as well as social distancing for health safety.
Friends, family and supporters who cannot attend in person can watch the sessions for free at mtsu.edu/live and facebook.com/mtsublueraiders. The webcasts will start 15 minutes before the start of each session.
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They will also be broadcast on MTSU’s True Blue TV on local stations and at mtsu.edu/TrueBlueTV. All sessions starting in Fall 2022 are expected to last approximately two hours.
The university will provide captioning services for live video footage, as well as on-site American Sign Language translations at sessions.
The Fall 2022 Commencement Program, which includes all college graduates and provides more information about guest speakers, is available at bit .ly/MTFall2022GradProgram.
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A campus map and parking information are available at bit.ly/MTSUParking. The Murphy Center seating chart, including accessibility for guests with special needs, is available at ow.ly/TCkd30ld2PQ.
The MTSU finals began on Friday, Dec. Students and faculty will be on winter break until the start of the 2023 semester at MTSU on Tuesday, Jan. The offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 2. For more information on MTSU’s 2022 commencement, visit mtsu.edu.
Michael Aldrich is the Nashville Parent’s managing and entertainment editor and Middle Tennessee arts reporter. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra. The Blue Raiders will host five home games this year in Murfreesboro and season tickets are now available.
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You can shop online and choose your seats before you book. Individual match tickets will be available closer to the start of the season.
MTSU will host Tennessee State (9/17), UTSA (9/30), Western Kentucky (10/15), Charlotte (11/12) and Florida Atlantic (11/19) this season. Each game will have a theme and special events like the home opener against Tennessee State that will highlight the family weekend. With the purchase of this ticket, you will receive a t-shirt and a meal voucher.
They will open the season on the road against James Madison (9/3) on ESPN+. Next week they will travel to Colorado State (9/10) for the first time in program history. The Blue Raiders also face Miami (9/24) and haven’t lost to the Hurricanes since their first game in the 1930s. Other road games are against conference foes such as UAB (8/10), UTEP (10/29), Louisiana Tech (11/5) and FIU (11/26).
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The MTSU football team will look to continue the momentum of last season which ended with a 7-6 record and a victory in the Bahamas Bowl. Each year, the Daniels Center, along with Football, hosts the Veterans and Armed Services Health Walk. to honor America’s veterans and active duty personnel. The day includes a veterans memorial service, picnic, Vets Village, Dr. Joe Nunley Award and Halftime Cheer Parade.
To mark the event’s 35th anniversary, Gulf War veterans were honored at the Veterans Memorial Service, lifelong friends Bob Lamb and Bud Morris (pictured below) receiving the Dr. Joe Nunley Award and veterans of all branches of the military. Horace Jones entered the field for the Halftime Salute.
Began honoring its graduates with an official commencement ceremony beginning with the first session in May 2015. Veteran students receive red armbands to wear during the university’s graduation ceremonies. and the sacrifices of our veterans and their loving families,” Huber said. “This graduation ceremony will become a tradition to recognize academic achievement and service.”
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Pictured above is graduate student veteran Anthony Jimcoily of Murfreesboro, shown second from left, flanked by President Sidney A. McPhee (far left), Interim Provost Mark Byrnes (second from right) and Keith M. Huber, senior advisor to veterans. and leadership plans with retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. (far right), during the fifth annual Veterans Affairs ceremony at the Tom H. Jackson House on Aug. 3, 2016. MUFREESBORO, Tenn. (WTVF) – Middle Tennessee State University has nearly doubled in size. the importance of one of its Certified Computer Science Scholarships, and in addition another “top level” Certified Educational Scholarship opportunity for freshmen, a group that has also greatly expanded its capacity.
MTSU’s True Blue Scholarship provided a total of $8,000; it has now increased to $14,000, at a rate of $3,500 per year for four years. The university considers it the first part of its approved scholarship.
To qualify for the True Blue Scholarship, President Sidney A. McPhee announced that freshmen can score 22 to 24 on their ACT, with at least a 3.5 high school GPA.
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McPhee also announced a new Centennial Scholar award that will be available to students who score 34 or higher on the ACT, with a high school GPA of at least 3.5. This highly guaranteed scholarship offers $32,000, at the rate of $8,000 annually over four years.
“Our True Blue Scholarship is now the highest quality academic award that any public university in Tennessee gives to students who hold these credentials,” he said. “Along with our new Centennial Scholar designation, MTSU is once again making significant new investments in our scholarship offerings.”
“Certified scholarship” means a scholarship that is automatically awarded to all students who meet the criteria for this scholarship, if they apply to the university before December 1.
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When combined with the recent Hope Lottery Scholarship, a guaranteed scholarship “reduces or significantly lowers the cost of tuition for these high school students to attend college,” said Debra Sells, vice president of student affairs and assistant director of services registration .
“We feel strongly that MTSU, a large public university with a wide range of majors, is the best choice for these high school students,” McPhee said. “These scholarships will be more effective and affordable for those pursuing their highest goals on our beautiful campus.”
According to McPhee, the expansion of the True Blue Scholarship and Centennial Scholar designation will begin with new students entering the fall semester of 2023.
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