Texas A&M University-Kingsville

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August 8, 2014 Commencement


More than 300 graduates are ready to cross the stage to receive their degrees during the summer commencement ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 8, in the Steinke Physical Education Center at Texas A&M University-Kingsville.

 


Directions and Accommodations

Directions and Parking information

Travel to Campus and Parking for Commencement   Click Here>>

Hotel/Motel accommodations

Information provided by the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce   Click Here>>

Restaurant Reservations

Information provided by the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce   Click Here>>

Javelina Resources and Market

Live WebStream (only active during commencement) - http://139.94.144.99:8080/graduation

Web stream of the Texas A&M-Kingsville Commencement will begin approximately ten minutes before ceremony
MAC users will need to download the VLC Media Player Player. Use Open URL under the File drop down menu.
http://vlc-media-player.en.softonic.com/mac

Order a DVD

2013 December Commencement Ceremony on DVD   Order Here>>

Commencement Program Archives

Download a printable Commencement Program (.PDF) when available

Javelina Alumni Association Gift Shop  

The Javelina Alumni Association Gift Shop has lots of great ideas for gifts    Click Here>>

*The names on this program include all students who have applied for graduation. Conferral of the Official degree is based upon completion and certification of all degree requirements.

**The honors presented during this ceremony are calculated on the student's cumulative institutional grade point average for the semester prior. Official honors designation, which includes the calculation of the current semester's grades, will be indicated on the final transcript and diploma.

Contact the Office of Marketing and Communications with any questions, comments or concerns. 361-593-4783 or robert.pena@tamuk.edu

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This page was last updated on: July 28, 2014