When IUP holds commencement ceremonies tomorrow, more than 1,900 students will be eligible to march across the stage at the Kovalchick Complex and receive their degrees. The university will confer 1,570 bachelor’s, 294 master’s, 53 doctoral, and three associate degrees.
Fifty-one bachelor’s degree recipients will graduate with perfect 4.0 grade-point averages, including nine from our region.
- Tabitha Lynn Bowers of Rossiter, in early childhood and special education.
- Jesse Carnevali ofNorthern Cambria, in Spanish education.
- Tayler Giffen of Blairsville, in psychology
- Camille Kaszubowski ofIndiana, in history with a minor in women’s studies.
- Sarah Kudlawiec ofHastings, in speech-language pathology.
- Meghan Mack ofIndiana, in biology major and a student in theRobertE.CookHonorsCollege.
- Luke Piper of Indiana in biology and philosophy and a student in theCookHonorsCollege.
- Johanna Rahkonenv ofIndiana, in English.
- Brent Stevens ofIndiana, in economics.
Commencement ceremony parking on campus will be open to all visitors, except in the following areas: the Clark Hall parking lot, which is reserved for members of the Class of 1963; portions of the Miller Stadium parking lot, which is reserved for handicapped parking; and the Kovalchick ComplexVIPparking area in the front of the building, and loading dock area. Police officers will be at each intersection fromGrant Street southto the Kovalchick Complex to assist visitors.