COLLEGE STATION, Texas—The Forensic and Investigative Sciences program would like to congratulate those that were among a record-setting 7,100 Aggies during spring commencement exercises held on Saturday, May 11 at Reed Arena.
Fourteen students were among thousands of other students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences expected to walk the stage during the evening commencement ceremony. Families also got to hear from United States Congressman Bill Flores during a special convocation on Thursday.
Students and faculty celebrated this momentous occasion over wings and other items at Wings n’ More in College Station. Dr. Pete Teel, associate department head for academic programs congratulated everyone and wished them good luck in their futures.
“We want to extend our congratulations to you and we wish you guys the very best,” Teel said. Students also reminisced about their time at A&M and gave their best memories.
Several of the seniors attending the special lunch also reminisced about their undergraduate days at Texas A&M and shared their plans after graduation during the luncheon.
Congratulations to all that are expected to walk this spring: