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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.
See also: graduate
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report graduating with more than $25,000 in student loan debt.
report graduating with more than $25,000 in undergraduate student loan debt.
college graduates report graduating with more than $25,000 in student debt, in inflation-adjusted dollars.
* From 1988 to 1999, the number of engineers graduating with bachelor degrees in the U.S.
in economics from Earlham College in Richmond, Indiana, in 1994 and financed the degree with mostly scholarships and work-study, graduating with only $6,000 in student loan debt.