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Commencement Ceremony 2018

Susan Benitez giving a speech at graduation Jimmy Tran in the audience at graduation student celebrating at commencement faculty commencement procession lead by President Eddinger and Rosalin Acosta Rosalin Acosta giving her Commencement speech Pam Eddinger congratulates Sal DiDomenico Pam Eddinger and students at graduation William Walczak presents the BHCC Hunger Team with the Trustees Distinguished Service Award students taking selfies at graduation Students in the audience at commencement students giving the sign of love female student at graduation students posing with their dipolmas student taking a selfie with his family student posing with her family after graduation student posing with her family holding flowers student surrounded her family and balloons

On Saturday, May 19, 2018, Massachusetts Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development Rosalin Acosta delivered the keynote address to graduates of Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC) at the 44th Commencement exercises.

The 1,588 degree and certificate recipients included Malden High School senior Jimmy Tran, the first graduate of the College’s Dual Enrollment program to receive an associate degree and high school diploma simultaneously; Student Government Association President and U.S. military veteran Susan Benitez, bound for Stanford University; and Miguel Ortiz, a longtime member of BHCC’s campus police who received his Associate of Arts in Paramedic Studies.

Read more about the event in our press release, "Bunker Hill Community College Celebrates Class of 2018 at 44th Commencement Ceremony."

Download the ceremony program.

To view more photos from the ceremony, view our Facebook album.

Commencement Video