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www.wmfd.com - The Ohio State University- Mansfield celebrates the graduation of 115 students who graduated Thursday evening.

   
 
OSU-Mansfield Celebrates 115 Graduates!

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The Ohio State University- Mansfield celebrates the graduation of 115 students who graduated Thursday evening. 89 bachelor's degrees and 26 master's degrees were received Thursday evening in the Ovalwood Hall auditorium.

These students completed the majority of their coursework at the Mansfield Campus. Dean Gavazzi congratulates the graduates on their accomplishments, but also spoke of the importance of faculty, friends, family and significant others who supported their endeavors.

Bachelor's degrees can be completed in 9 courses of study, and Master's Degrees in 2 courses of at the OSU- Mansfield campus.

Darlene West, of the Richland County area Alumni spoke of her experience on campus and of the importance of maintaining relationships with the University and other grads. The next event for OSU- Mansfield Alum, is the Buckeye Bash which takes place on November 24th.

   
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