Valdosta State University Announces Spring 2016 Graduates

Valdosta State University is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of the more than 1,100 students who completed the requirements of their respective academic programs during the spring semester. 
This list of graduates includes: Adrienne Evans of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Business Administration in management; Alice Roberson of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre arts; Allison Bonanni of Thomasville, who earned the Bachelor of Science in Education in communication disorders; Austin Bennett of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Business Administration in economics; Brandon Haygood of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Breanna Wright of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in English; Bridgete Peterson of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Science in organizational leadership; Caleb Jordan of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Fine Arts in communication; Charles Cato of Broxton, who earned the Bachelor of Business Administration in finance; Connor Wyatt of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in political science; Courtney McQuaig of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Fine Arts in mass media; Danial Knapik of Willacoochee, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Emily Bowers of Douglas, who earned the Associate of Applied Science in dental hygiene; Emily Gonzalez of Douglas, who earned the Master of Education in early childhood special education; Erica Johnson of Willacoochee, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in sociology and anthropology; Gregory Vaughn of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Science in Education in early childhood education; Hayley Anderson of Douglas, who earned the Associate of Applied Science in dental hygiene; Jaimee Carter of Douglas, who earned the Associate of Applied Science in dental hygiene; Jessica Haygood of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Jonathan Hersey of Broxton, who earned the Master of Arts in Teaching in secondary education; Kara Harrison of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre arts; Katherine Holliday of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Science in Education in early childhood special education; Kristal Peavy of Broxton, who earned the Doctor of Education in curriculum and instruction; Nancy Guerrero of Wray, who earned the Bachelor of Science in Education in early childhood education; Roy Hayward of Douglas, who earned the Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice; Schuyler Kenzel of Nicholls, who earned the Bachelor of Science in Education in early childhood education; Schuyler Vickers of Ambrose, who earned the Bachelor of Science in chemistry; Stephanie Gooden of Douglas, who earned the Education Specialist in school counseling.
More than 1,100 students completed the requirements of their respective academic programs during the Spring 2016 semester. 
Valdosta State University is a comprehensive university characterized by outstanding instruction, a wide range of student life opportunities, and a close connection to the community. Established in 1906, the institution's mission is to prepare students to meet global opportunities and challenges through excellence in teaching and learning; to expand the boundaries of current knowledge and explore the practical applications of that knowledge through excellence in scholarship and creative endeavors; and to promote the economic, cultural, and educational progress of the community and region through excellence in service outreach.
Valdosta State University seeks to accomplish this mission in a dynamic, student-centered learning environment marked by a respect for diverse abilities, backgrounds, and contributions by all members of the university community.
Valdosta State University offers more than 100 degrees, certificates, and endorsements at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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