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PHOENIX -- More than 4,700 students will graduate in December from Arizona State University, the school said in a Monday press release.

Graduations are scheduled to begin Dec. 17 at 11 a.m., with a commencement ceremony for graduate students at Wells Fargo Arena. A larger ceremony for undergraduate students will take place the following day.

Other graduations for individual schools or programs will be held throughout the week.

ASU, one of the largest schools in America, has numerous campuses across the Valley. It estimated earlier this year that more than 76,000 students, a record for the school, would attend during the fall semester.

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