IN THE NEWSMORE NEWS
More than 2,200 Pirates entered Minges Coliseum on Friday morning as students and left as graduates.
More than 2,200 students will receive their degrees during Friday's commencement ceremony. Learn more about some of fall 2018's leaders and dreamers.

Commencement
Main Campus Student Center
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ECU AT A GLANCE
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87 percent of graduates are employed or continuing education by six months after graduation. Of the employed graduates, 46 percent found a job within six months of graduation, 38 percent prior to and 16 percent six months or later post-graduation.
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We are so proud of our 2,200 ECU Fall 2018 graduates 🎓☠️
ECU Thomas Harriot College of Arts & Sciences 2018 graduate Tay Peed credits ECU with preparing her for the real world and teaching her she can do phenomenal things ... like hopefully become the next Shonda Rhimes. 📝
We are so proud of our 2,200 #ECU18 graduates 🎓☠️ https://t.co/fhvzEnF1Y7
#ECU graduate in '84 → @ECUCOB keynote speaker in '01 → main commencement speaker in '18 ... We think it's safe to… https://t.co/5ZN6nqb7Oi
ECU College of Engineering and Technology grad Kinsley Tate is one of the first students to finish ECU's integrated bachelor of science/master of science program in biomedical engineering, and she will now pursue her Ph.D in biomedical engineering at Virginia Tech Department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics. 🔬
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Main Campus Student Center
1:00 pm
JAN
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Student Recreation Center
6:30 pm