graduate with

graduate with (something)

To complete one's studies in a particular school or program, resulting in the awarding of a particular degree or status. It took six years, but I finally graduated with a degree in biology. Of course Haley graduated with highest honors—she's always been a great student.
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graduate with

v.
To complete the academic requirements of an institution for something, especially a degree or an honor: I graduated with a degree in mathematics. Few students graduated with honors this year.
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Students that graduate with debt in Maryland continue to see the amount of debt they carry after graduation rise, a report released Wednesday found.
About 53 percent of the school's students graduate with debt, averaging $21,911.
Of Maryland's neighboring states, only West Virginia students with debt graduate with less debt.
Kassel Pierre-Jean, a 2005 Hofstra University graduate with a degree in print journalism, worked with the copyediting staff, while Yesenia Taveras, a senior at Morgan State University studying broadcast journalism, helped develop content for the radio program.
Typically, dropouts are described as individuals who leave school and do not graduate with their class.
Recognizing that 7.1% of the class of 1997 never enrolled, and that 56 of the 72 students who enrolled in the school over the next 4 years to graduate with the class of 1997 did so in the freshman year, inflates the graduation rate to 58.1%.
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