Lamar Institute of Technology will graduate more than 300 in its Spring Commencement at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 10, at the Montagne Center.

Commencement speaker will be Dr. Jaime Garza, Texas State University System regent.

Dr. Garza is president and CEO of Texas Plastic Surgery and Renew Center at Stadia in San Antonio. He is also clinical professor of surgery, clinical professor of otolaryngology and Assistant Dean for South Texas Affairs at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Tulane University, and his M.D. and D.D.S. degrees from Louisiana State University.

Orange County Candiates for the associate of applied science degrees are as follows:

Bridge City: Tiffany Meagan Beard, Amanda Michelle Holland, dental hygiene; Taylor Wayne Degeyter, instrumentation technology; Chelsea Monia Brandin, radiologic technology.

Mauriceville: Tamara Jean Bland, respiratory care.

Orange: Arturo A. Sandino, commercial & residential construction; Jeremy Paul Wimberley, computer drafting technology; Taryn Ashley Hearne, dental hygiene; Richard Fourd, industrial mechanics; Derek Boudreaux, Kody Campbell, Shea Edward Johnson, instrumentation technology; Sherida Monique Papilon, management development; Christine Marie LaPointe, occupational safety & health technology; Jerry Wayne Stanley, process operating technology; Sara Elizabeth Berlinger, radiologic technology; K’Lynn Michelle Ess, real estate; Lindsey Nicole Crumpler, Jeanie Tran, respiratory care.

Orange County Candidates for a Certificate of Completion are:

Bridge City: Philip Gene Lumpkin, criminal justice security threat groups, homeland security; Sherry Lee Reneshaw, health informatics; Ashley Nicole Layerolerie, law enforcement.

Orange: Austin Brian Broussard, fire protection technology; Ryan Michael Cedars, Leslie Arriana Johnson, James Edward Tarbutton, Jessica Rae Weldon, Mark Scott Wilkinson, law enforcement; K’Lynn Michelle Ess, Brittany Nicole James, real estate; Blake Russell Perry, utility line technology; Joshua Dywane Roberson, welding.