Several area students will be graduating from Emporia State University Friday and Saturday.

They will be honored in three separate commencement ceremonies on May 10 and 11 in White Auditorium, 111 E. Sixth Ave., in Emporia:

• All students earning graduate degrees will be honored at 6 p.m. Friday, May 10.

• Students earning bachelor’s degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences will be honored at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, May 11.

• Students earning bachelor’s degrees from the School of Business and The Teachers College conferring degrees at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11.

Students from this area are among the graduates:

• Immanuel Thomas Cason of Junction City, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Crime and Delinquency Studies.

• Jennifer Sandra Falter of Junction City, Kansas, Master of Library Science with a concentration in Youth Services.

• Kira McKenzie Ford of Junction City, Kansas, Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Sociology.

• Clinton Wayne Henderson of Junction City, Kansas, Cum Laude and With High Honors B.S. in Business in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing Communication and a minor in Geography.

• Shelbie T Witt of Junction City, Kansas, Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

• Domenique Nicole Bernett of Manhattan, Kansas, Master of Library Science.

• Kyla Jo Caricato of Manhattan, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in General Biology.

• Kasandra Elaine Harris of Manhattan, Kansas, B.S. in Education in Social Sciences with a minor in English.

• Haylee Allene Haynes of Manhattan, Kansas, Master of Science in Educational Administration.

• Tahni Helms of Manhattan, Kansas, Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction with a concentration in Curriculum Lead Concentration/Prek-12.

• Kimberly Renee Innes of Manhattan, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

• Justin Andrew Marcha of Manhattan, Kansas, Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Physics with a concentration in Physics Dual Degree Engineering and a minor in Mathematics.

• Mallory Margaret Stroda of Manhattan, Kansas, B.S. in Education in Physical Education and Health Education.

• Kobe Alan Brown of Riley, Kansas, Bachelor of Science in Crime and Delinquency Studies.

• Brett Joseph Reichert of Riley, Kansas, B.S. in Education in Physical Education.

• Breanna Nicole Ebert of Saint Marys, Kansas, Cum Laude B.S. in Education in Elementary Education.

• Katelyn Rose Hutley of Saint Marys, Kansas, Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

• Maria Nadine Moylan of Saint Marys, Kansas, Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

• Jenna Lynn Overmyer of Saint Marys, Kansas, Bachelor of Arts in Modern Language with a concentration in Spanish and a minor in Biology.

• Dalton Ray Carley of Wamego, Kansas, B.S. in Business in Information Systems.

• Cullen Daniel Roche of Wamego, Kansas, Magna Cum Laude and With Honors B.S. in Business in Accounting.

Students who are finishing their degrees in May and August are eligible to walk during spring exercises.

There are nearly 600 undergraduates and more than 500 graduate students who are candidates for degrees.

Allen Schmidt of the Kansas Board of Regents will give remarks at all three ceremonies.