Bowie State College - Two hundred and eight master's and equal number of bachelor's degrees were awarded May 13. Honorary doctor of laws degrees were bestowed upon Sadie E. Dreikurs, an art therapy teacher and Norma Boyd, co-founder of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the nation's oldest black sorority, both of whom briefly addressed the graduating class.
Charles County Community College - Paul H. Nitze, former deputy secretary of Defense, addressed the 108 students receiving associate degrees and the 44 students receiving one-year certificates May 14.
Columbia Union College - James Londis, pastor of the Sligo Seventh-Day Adventist Church, addressed the graduating class on April 29.
Seventy-seven bachelor's and 19 associate degrees were granted, as well as one, one-year certificate.
Montgomery College - Two associate degrees will be awarded today at a reception for the Germantown campus.
The Rockville campus will award 710 associate degrees and 65 one-year certificates at its commencement Friday.
Saturday, 265 associate-degrees and 42 one-year certificates will be granted to students at the Takoma park campus.
Howard Hausman, former director of the National Science Foundation, Division of Pre-College Education, will address the graduation classes at Rockville and Takoma Park.
Prince Georges Community College - Saturday, approximately 1,000 students will be awarded associate degrees.
Rhetaugh G. Dumas, deputy director of the National Institute of Mental Health division of manpower and training programs, will deliver the commencement address.
University of Maryland University College - Pulitzer Prize winning author James A. Michener addressed the 1,067 students receiving bachelor's degrees and the 319 receiving associate degrees on May 20.