Graduates belonging to the Winter 2014 class helped bring The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Year to a close on Saturday, Dec. 13. Approximately 2,300 Miners participated in the day’s three Commencement celebrations.
Approximately 2,300 Miners participated in the day’s three Commencement celebrations at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso.
More than 2,270 fall candidates and summer graduates are eligible to participate in UTEP’s Fall Commencement exercises, serving as one of the final events of the Centennial celebration.
Let's cap off the Centennial year! Be part of the final chapter at Winter Commencement.
In a quiet ceremony on May 30, 1916, Judge Beauregard Bryan handed out the first diplomas from the Texas State School of Mines and Metallurgy to three mining engineering graduates — Vere Leasure, Lloyd Nelson and Clyde Ney.
It's been a long semester of studying and a long semester of construction, and both will come to an end Saturday.
More than 2,800 graduates and candidates are eligible to participate in the University’s 132nd commencement exercises, marking the largest graduating class in UTEP’s 100-year history.
With finals for UTEP students going on all this week, the university's residence life office put together a special version of midnight breakfast for students.
Thirty-seven past and present UTEP student-athletes will graduate from the university on Saturday.