Huntington, Ind.—Huntington University honored 276 graduates today during the 112th Commencement ceremonies.
Huntington University awarded 15 Master of Arts degrees, six Master of Education degrees, 75 Bachelor or Arts degrees, 153 Bachelor of Science degrees, nine Bachelor of Social Work degrees and 21 Associate of Science degrees.
Honorary degrees were also given to Dr. Herma B. Williams, provost and academic vice president for Fresno Pacific University in Fresno, Calif., and Donald Duff, Huntington University Board of Trustees chairman emeritus.
As commencement speaker, Williams addressed the graduates and asked them what their roles will be in shaping the future.
“Will you lead a life that matters?” Williams asked of the students.
Her addressed was titled, “Shaping the Future: Leading a Life that Matters.”
The afternoon commencement followed the morning baccalaureate service where Martha Smith, Huntington University associate dean of students, challenged the students to trust God today for the plans that he has for them. Her sermon was titled, “The Calling is Now.”