Group of four students holding the Gig Em sign and showing their Aggie Rings.

Congrats, graduates!

The Texas A&M University College of Engineering Graduation Recognition Celebration was held on Aug. 7 via YouTube Premieres. If you missed the premiere of the celebration, it is still available for viewing. In addition, you can still watch a YouTube video featuring remarks from the head of the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, as well as view a list of Latin honors graduates. All graduates will also be welcome to return to Texas A&M to walk in a future commencement exercise when the university is able to return to this important tradition. We wish you the best in all your future endeavors, and hope to see you on campus soon!

Graduation Recognition Celebration Information

How to view the celebration

Graduates were individually acknowledged during our collegewide Graduation Recognition Celebration. The portion of the celebration recognizing Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering graduates starts at the 18:26 time stamp. 

Watch at the Chemical Engineering Celebration Time Stamp

Recognizing our Latin honors graduates

Due to the deadline for submitting grades, it was not possible to determine those receiving Latin honors by the production deadline for the Graduation Recognition Celebration. However, you can view those receiving Latin honors below. These honors will also be reflected during the formal commencement exercises held by the university on campus, once it is able to do so.

View our Latin Honors Graduates

Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering remarks

In addition to our Graduation Recognition Celebration, watch our YouTube video featuring remarks from the head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering.