Graduation ceremonies were held for BYU-Idaho students on Dec. 18. Elder Kim B. Clark, former president of BYU-I, accompanied Elder Quentin L. Cook of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in addressing graduates. President Clark G. Gilbert, president of BYU-I, said 1,490 of the graduates were receiving bachelor’s degrees. Online students made up 359 members of the graduates, 159 of which began in the Pathway program. President Gilbert said 1,105 members of the graduating class were married, and 62 couples were graduating together. Of those receiving degrees, 987 had served full-time missions, making up 49 percent of the group. BYU-I holds graduation ceremonies after each of its three semesters.

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