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Oakwood University graduates leaders in service to God and humanity. Starting on Thursday, May 9, the Class of 2019 will begin their journey of service and leadership. The Registrar’s Office reports that approximately 320 students are eligible for graduation. Family and friends are already arriving in Huntsville to witness the Commencement Weekend activities. The public is invited to the following events:
Thursday, May 910:00 a.m.  – Education Teacher Dedication Ceremony Location: Moseley Complex | Speaker: Jean Buller   3:00 p.m.  – Nursing Pinning Ceremony Location: Moseley Complex | Speaker: Linda Chester   5:00 p.m.Nutrition & Dietetics Pinning Ceremony Location: Nutrition & Dietetics Lab/Cooper Complex, bldg I | Speaker: Nadine Dowdie
6:00 p.m. – LEAP Senior Ceremony Location: McKee Business & Technology Complex | Speaker: Dana Williams
7:00 p.m. – School of Religion Dedication Ceremony Location: Moseley Complex | Speaker: Gilbert Ojwang   Friday, May 1011:00 a.m. – Social Work Pinning Ceremony Location: Moseley Complex | Speaker: Monique Elliott   8:00 p.m. – Consecration Location: Oakwood University Church | Speaker: Richard Martin   Saturday, May 11 9:15 a.m. – Sabbath School Location: Von Braun Center, Propst Arena   10:45 a.m. – Baccalaureate Location: Von Braun Center, Propst Arena | Speaker: Anthony Medley   7:00 p.m. – The Aeolians Mini-Concert Location: Von Braun Center, Propst Arena
7:30 p.m. – Vespers Location: Von Braun Center, Propst Arena   8:00 p.m. – Commencement Location: Von Braun Center, Propst Arena | Speaker: Gregory Mathis   Click here to watch   the Consecration, Baccalaureate, and Commencement programs live.

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The mission of Oakwood University, a historically black, Seventh-day Adventist institution, is to transform students through biblically-based education for service to God and humanity.