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Photos: ASU's special-interest convocations


A man holds an Army flag while a line of people march behind him, all in civilian clothes
May 12, 2022

In addition to the main undergraduate and graduate commencements, and more than 15 college-specific convocations, Arizona State University hosted seven special-interest convocations this past week. These ceremonies honor important parts of students' identities and are a special part of the week of celebrations.

Here are photos from those seven special-interest convocations, plus the reunion and induction ceremony for the Golden Grads, the annual event where the ASU Alumni Association recognizes grads from 50 years ago.

Veterans Honor Stole Ceremony

Saturday, May 7

International Student Stole Ceremony

Saturday, May 7

Rainbow Convocation

Tuesday, May 10

Golden Grads reunion

Tuesday, May 10

Asian/Asian Pacific American Convocation

Wednesday, May 11

American Indian Convocation

Wednesday, May 11

Black African Convocation

Thursday, May 12

Hispanic Convocation

Friday, May 13

Top image: Army veterans march toward Desert Financial Arena as part of the Veterans Honor Stole Ceremony organized by the Pat Tillman Veterans Center on Saturday morning, May 7, in Tempe. Photo by Deanna Dent/ASU

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