Ceremonies started Friday for graduates at the University of Missouri, extending through 5 p.m. Saturday.
More than 2,200 students will receive degrees this weekend, just under the amount earned in previous years.
2018 – More than 2,200 graduates to receive degrees from Mizzou
2017 – More than 2,300 graduates to receive degrees from Mizzou
2016 – More Than 2,500 degrees to be granted at MU Commencement Ceremonies
2015 – More Than 2,500 Degrees to be granted at MU Commencement Ceremonies
2014 – More Than 2,500 Degrees to be granted at MU Commencement Ceremonies
2013 – More than 2,300 Graduates to receive degrees during MU’s Winter Commencement Ceremonies
The streets of Columbia will be congested in specific areas in relation to the ceremonies. If you are out driving this weekend, make sure you take that into account.
Ceremonies will be occurring at Jesse Auditorium and the Hearns Center, alternating every hour.
If you want to see the event but are unable to be there physically, here is a link to the live stream of all the ceremonies and their locations.