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2008 Regional Campus Commencement

Indiana University granted 16,049 degrees at commencements on IU campuses in May 2008. Take a visual tour around the state in this gallery of images by University Communications photographers.

Melisse Ferree (right) participates in a Silly String fight with fellow nursing graduates during the IU Southeast commencement.

Dorothy W. Ige, College of Arts and Sciences dean at IU Northwest, manages a proud smile during commencement exercises.

Graduates line up during the afternoon commencement at IUPUI.

Guide dog Tabitha (above) take a rest during the ceremony.

IU South Bend degree candidate Anne Marie Drake (at left) walks before her fellow graduates with her guide dog Tabitha to get her diploma.

An IU Kokomo degree candidate walks through the Kelley Student Center following commencement.

Graduates assemble for IUPUI's commencement.

IPFW graduates enter the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum for their commencement ceremony.

Graduating students at IU East listen to President Michael McRobbie's address.

Brittany Hoffman (left) and Peggy Whitaker (center) help fellow IU Southeast graduate Heather Davis with her cap and tassel.

IU Northwest Chancellor Bruce W. Bergland presents the class of 2008 at the commencement ceremony in Gary, Ind.

Waricha Watthanapha, representative for the class of 2008, gives a speech at the IU Northwest commencement ceremony.

IU employee Gail Bough (right) robes platform party members.

IPFW graduates parade across the floor of the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum during commencement.

Raymond Fletcher of Hammond, Ind., listens to the introductory remarks at the 2008 IU Northwest commencement ceremony. Fletcher was the first disabled student government president in IU history.

IU Southeast degree candidate Cory Williams launches a beach ball backward over the assembled graduates during commencement in New Albany.

Graduates of Humanities and Social Sciences at IU East stand and applaud as they are recognized by the platform party.

IU Kokomo degree candidate Erika Boyd celebrates as she crosses the platform during commencement.