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Kansas State to graduate more than 1,800 students

Published on -12/9/2013, 8:59 AM

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MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) -- More than 1,800 students will receive their degrees from Kansas State University later this week.

Commencement ceremonies are planned for Friday and Saturday on the Manhattan campus and Friday at the Salina campus. Kansas State says in a news release that it will award more than 1,400 bachelor's degrees, nearly 300 master's degrees, 90 doctorates and 16 associate degrees.

About 150 people are earning their degrees through the university's distance education program.

A webcast of the commencement ceremonies will be streamed live, and a virtual commencement ceremony is available for distance education students unable to attend their commencements in person.

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