Fifty-two Maine residents were among the graduates at Bowdoin College’s graduation Saturday.

About 460 graduates received degrees Saturday at the commencement, the Brunswick college’s 211th. President Clayton S. Rose presided at the ceremony outside the Bowdoin College Museum of Art on the Quad.

Speakers at the ceremony were graduating seniors, a tradition at Bowdoin since 1806. Honorary doctorates were awarded to abstract artist Dorothea Rockburne, Olympic gold medalist Frank C. Shorter, trustee emeritus Peter M. Small of the Class of 1964, and Ford Foundation President Darren Walker.

The graduating class included residents of 39 states, the District of Columbia and Guam, including Massachusetts with 78, New York with 57, California with 28 and Connecticut and New Jersey, both with 23; and 29 international students from 14 countries and territories.