UNCG will award more than 1,800 degrees Dec. 13 during the university’s winter commencement.

The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. in the Greensboro Coliseum. Dr. Susan Letvak, a professor in the Department of Adult Health Nursing, will deliver the commencement address.

An estimated 1,838 degrees will be conferred during the ceremony to students who completed their requirements in August and December. That total includes 1,365 baccalaureate degrees, 391 master’s degrees, 15 Specialist in Education degrees and 67 doctoral degrees. About 62 of these degrees were or will be awarded to international students.

Jerry Loflin, an August doctoral graduate, will speak for the graduating class. Lindsay Ives will serve as chief marshal, assisted by Melvin Clark Jr. and Caleb Hoover.

Krystal Benson, will serve as tassel turner.

Patricia Clontz West, Class of 1963, and Anna Batista, Class of 2013, will ring the university bell.

For more details, visit  UNCG’s Commencement Central site at http://www.uncg.edu/reg/CommencementCentral.html.

Watch the ceremony live online at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/uncg-commencement.