A total of fifty students will on Friday, March 14th, graduate from the Dominica State College (DSC) in what has been described as a historic commencement exercise.
The Spring Graduation of the 11th Commencement Exercise is the DSC’s second in less than a year.
During the ceremony two Bachelor of Science and 45 associate degrees will be conferred.
Three students will graduate with certificates in the Applied Arts.
Three students will also receive awards for attaining the highest Comprehensive Grade Point Average within their majors.
Speeches will be delivered by the President of the College, Dr. Donald Peters, minister of education, Petter Saint Jean, while magistrate Bernard Pacquette will deliver the commencement address.
President of Dominica, Charles Angelo Savarin and Mrs. Savarin, are to be the honoured guest at the ceremony. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrrit and his cabinet have also been invited as honored guests.
The exercise will take place at the DSC’s Auditorium, Lower Campus, Stockfarm from 4:30 pm.