Amherst College’s Class of 2014 and Commencement, By the Numbers

Commencement Canes

May 22, 2014

AMHERST, Mass. — Amherst College will celebrate its 193rd Commencement on Sunday, May 25, at 10 a.m. on the school’s Main Quadrangle. The day’s exercises will feature addresses from College President Biddy Martin and senior Katherine E. Sisk, as well as the awarding of bachelor of arts degrees to 475 graduates and honorary doctorates to seven distinguished guests.

Graduating Seniors: Remember to Back Up Your Files

Before you leave the College, back up your work from your U: drive, W: drive, email, and other resources. While you can use Amherst's VPN service to copy your work from off-campus, using VPN is significantly slower than backing up files on campus and you may encounter other issues. It is much easier and safer to back up your data while you are still on campus.

Graduating Seniors: Technology Transition after College

As you prepare for the many changes that will take place after graduation, we want to remind you of the technology items you should address during your transition from Amherst College. You will want to take special action to address the following: access to Amherst College email, College-licensed software, files stored on network shares, ACData, and campus printing. Access to these technology services will cease on a phased schedule

2012 Senior Assembly Prizes and Awards

The following awards were presented to members of the Class of 2012 at Senior Assembly.

Scholarship and Citizenship

The Addison Brown Scholarship
From a fund established by Addison Brown of the Class of 1852, the scholarship is awarded to that senior who, being already on the scholarship list, shall have attained the highest standing in the studies of the first-year, sophomore and junior years.

Jiaqi Ji ’12

Time to Remember

A  few weeks before they graduated, we asked members of the Class of 2010 to tell us about their favorite course at Amherst, their favorite spot on campus or the most memorable day of college. Here’s what three of them said:

Meet the Seniors

Sure, they’re thrilled to graduate. But where are they going? Where have they been? Amherst  interviewed more than two dozen members of the Class of ’08—men and women who’ve studied in Siberia, Greece, India; who’ve worked for record labels, hospitals, senators; who’ve joined the U.S. Navy and the Peace Corps. Here are 15 of their stories.

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