|[March 11, 2014]
Capella University, an Accredited Online University, to Hold Its 26th Commencement Ceremony in Nashville
MINNEAPOLIS --(Business Wire)--
a regionally accredited
online university* that offers online
degree programs designed to help working adults advance in their
careers, will host their 26th commencement in Nashville on
March 15th. Capella's commencement will be held at the Music
City Center, which will be the first commencement held at the venue.
This will be Capella's largest commencement, with more than 1200
graduates planning to attend. Including the United States, six countries
will be represented, and 47 states and 5 territories/military addresses
will make up the U.S. attendance.
Addressing the graduates will be veteran political strategist Donna
Brazile, an adjunct professor, author, syndicated columnist, and
television political commentator. Brazile's passion is encouraging young
people to vote, to work within the system to strengthen it, and to run
for public office. Brazile worked on every presidential campaign from
1976 through 2000, when she became the first African-American to manage
a presidential campaign. She is also currently on the board of the
National Democratic Institute (NDI), the National Institute for Civil
Discourse, the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, and the
BlackAmericaWeb.com Relief Fund, Inc.
"Capella's commencement is a powerful event. We are very proud of our
learners who, as busy working adults, have sacrificed greatly to achieve
this major career and personal milestone. These graduates exemplify
dedication, persistence and tenacity, and I admire every one of them. On
behalf of all of us at Caella, I would like to extend heartfelt
congratulations to our 2014 graduates," Scott Kinney, Capella University (News - Alert)
Capella will provide live and archived webcasts of the ceremony (www.capella.edu/watchcommencement)
for graduates, family and friends who are unable to attend in person.
Capella holds commencement ceremonies twice each year: in Minneapolis
each August, and in another major U.S. city each February or March.
There are two ceremonies for the commencement event. The first ceremony
is at 10 a.m. CDT (News - Alert) for the School of Business and Technology, School of
Education and the School of Undergraduate Studies. The second ceremony
is at 2:30 p.m. CDT for the Harold Abel School of Social and Behavioral
Sciences and the School of Public Service Leadership.
About Capella University
is a regionally accredited online university* that offers online degree
programs designed to help working adults advance in their careers. Over
70 percent of Capella students are currently enrolled in master's or
doctoral degree programs in business, counseling, education, health
administration, homeland security, human resource management, human
services, information technology, nonprofit management and leadership,
nursing, psychology, public administration, public health, public
safety, and social work. Capella also offers bachelor's degree programs
in business, information technology, nursing, psychology, and public
safety. Within those areas, Capella currently offers 143 graduate and
undergraduate specializations and 21 certificate programs, including two
direct assessment degree delivery programs. Approximately 35,000
learners were enrolled as of Dec. 31, 2013, from all 50 states and 61
other countries. Capella is committed to providing high-caliber academic
excellence and pursuing balanced business growth. Founded in 1993,
Capella University is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Capella Education
Company, headquartered in Minneapolis. For more information, please
or call 1.888.CAPELLA (227.3552).
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page at http://www.facebook.com/CapellaUniversity.
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*Capella University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and
is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
University, Capella Tower, 225 South Sixth Street, Ninth Floor,
Minneapolis, MN 55402, 1.888.CAPELLA (227.3552), www.capella.edu.
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