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TSU among several participants in back-to-school festival

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University is doing its part to help area youngsters have a “healthy start” back to school.

The university partnered with several organizations on August 13 to sponsor Love’s Healthy Start Festival, an event started by State Rep. Harold Love, Jr.

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TSU nursing students provide free screenings at Love’s Healthy Start Festival. (photo by John Cross, TSU Media Relations)

The festival at Hadley Park near TSU was once again a success. TSU President Glenda Glover and Nashville Mayor Megan Barry stopped by to show their support.

“I’m so grateful for the participation in today’s event,” Love said. “We should all feel good about the number of students and families who will benefit. This will definitely give them a healthy start.”

Love said the event is a way for the community to support educational success, physical health and safe communities for Nashville’s children and youth.

“It’s our hope that the festival always meets some of the needs of the community,” said Love, who graduated from TSU.

This was the fourth year of the festival, which provided free backpacks and other school supply giveaways. One of the main sponsors of the event, Tyson Foods, Inc., has been a participant for three years.

“We know that getting ready for back to school is something that everyone should be able to do and have the appropriate resources to do so,” said Anna Kimble-Roberson, community relations manager at Springdale, Ark.-based Tyson Foods. “We very much appreciate Rep. Love in terms of his efforts to coordinate so many community partners to offer different resources to make it easier for families to have the tools that they need to get off to a good start.”

In addition to giving away school supplies, the festival had a health fair, as well as free food and live entertainment.

Tennessee State University’s Ralph H. Boston Wellness Center was one of several departments from the university that participated in the festival.

“It’s a good opportunity to enlighten and make people more aware of what they’re eating, what they’re doing,” said Gerald Davis, director of the Wellness Center. “We want them to do things a little bit better than they have been; to live a better lifestyle, physically and mentally.”

TSU’s College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences, and the Office of Enrollment Management also participated in the festival.

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

 

Tennessee State University Joins National Group that Advocates Best Practices for Adult Learners

ALFI_color_logo_2016-2019Nashville, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University has joined a national organization that focuses on best practices for adult learners.

Higher education institutions that are part of the Coalition of Adult Learning Focused Institutions (ALFI) strive to advance programs and services for adult learners, evaluate their adult degree programs and share “best practices.”

TSU is prepared to do more in its outreach to increase the number of adult learners seeking a postsecondary degree. The University has identified barriers that impede the progress of adult learners. It addresses the needs of the adult learner population through it’s: (1) Accelerated Degree Programs, (2) Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Services, (3) Academic and Financial Resources for Veteran Students, ((4) Academic Degree Maps, (5) Academic Fresh Start Policy, and (6) Courses redesigned for the adult learner.

The ALFI coalition is an alliance of members of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) who demonstrate their commitment to improving their services to adult learners by completing the ALFI surveys. The surveys assist colleges and universities on how to serve adult learners effectively and identify and compare how students, faculty, staff and administrators value the services offered by the institution. The data identifies institutions’ strengths and challenges to plan strategically for the future, and allocate resources for the greatest impact. Data also serve as a baseline, enabling an institution to establish consistent measurements for the impact of their adult programs.

“Tennessee State University is the only public university in the Metropolitan Nashville Area to be awarded the Adult Learning Focused Institution designation based on its commitment to provide programs and services addressing the needs of adult learners,” said Adrian Miller, coordinator of the Office Student Support Services for Adult and Distance Learners. “We are very proud to have this distinction.”

Tennessee State University is committed to excellence and has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, according to U.S. News and World Report.

The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning is a national leader in the fields of adult learning and workforce development, providing colleges and universities, companies, labor organizations and state and local governments with the tools and strategies they need for creating practical, effective lifelong learning solutions. More information is available at www.cael.org.

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Senate Education Committee delays vote on legislation that would restructure higher education governance

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – TSU students and administrators gathered at the state Capitol and saw the Senate Education Committee delay voting on legislation that would restructure higher education governance.

The students, along with TSU President Glenda Glover, packed the hearing at the Legislative Plaza on March 2 to hear lawmakers discuss the Focus on College and University Success Act. After some lengthy debate, a vote on the legislation was delayed until next week after committee chairwoman Dolores Gresham attempted to amend the proposal to provide legislative oversight.

Committee members said they wanted more time to review the proposed amendment. TSU distributed a list of questions regarding the Act that highlighted the negative impact it would have on the institution.

The legislation, which is being pushed by Gov. Bill Haslam, had been rapidly moving through the legislative process before the delay. It’s scheduled to be taken up in the same Senate committee on March 9.

TSU student Jordan Spencer attended the Senate hearing and said she was glad to see the bill delayed.

“I’m really concerned as to the benefit it will give to our school,” said Spencer, a 20-year-old biology major. “We need specifics, and there are no projected specifics.”

Aarian Forman, a junior at TSU majoring in business administration, said he believes the strong attendance by students “made a statement to legislators.”

“We will continue  to stand strong as a student body to make sure this bill is not passed, or at least in its present form,” Forman said.

The day before the Senate committee meeting, TSU students and administrators also attended the House Government Operations Committee where the FOCUS Act was also debated. Rep. Jeremy Faison, the chair of the House committee, welcomed the crowd of students and commended them for seeking more information on the legislation.

“Y’all have been extremely respectful, and I’m proud to have y’all in my committee,” said Faison, whose committee advanced the bill with a positive recommendation. He explained to students that his panel could only review the bill; not make changes or kill it.

“What I want you to know, is that regardless of the outcome of the bill, you walk out with your heads high and know that you live to fight another day,” Faison said.

Even though the FOCUS Act is likely to pass the Legislature, TSU students, faculty, and administrators contend it could be hurtful to the State’s only public HBCU.

TSU President Glenda Glover has expressed numerous concerns about the legislation. They include the possibility of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville growing even stronger because it will be left intact while the TBR is dismantled; unnecessary duplication of programs; and probably most important, maintaining an equitable funding process.

“What will the funding formula look like?” Glover said to reporters after the House committee meeting. “The legislation only broadly describes it, but no formula is in place at this point. The (Tennessee) Board of Regents ensures balance. They do all they can to make the playing field fair. “

Currently, the Board of Regents oversees 46 institutions: six public four-year state universities (including TSU), 13 community colleges and 27 technical colleges.

Under the FOCUS Act, TBR would oversee the state’s community and technical colleges only, and focus on promoting graduation rates at those institutions. Haslam has said the legislation is the next step in his “Drive to 55” initiative, which seeks to increase the percentage of Tennesseans with a postsecondary credential to 55 by 2025.

“With 46 institutions, it is difficult for TBR to meet all of the diverse challenges of the system,” according to the governor’s website about the legislation. “Community colleges arguably need greater focus at a system level in the Drive to 55, while TBR’s four-year state universities could benefit from greater autonomy.”

Despite her concerns, Glover said she’s still willing to work with the governor’s office to make the proposal less hurtful to TSU.

“We’ve been in contact with the governor’s office, and we’ve expressed concerns,” she said. “And to their credit, they’ve listened to quite a few of them. I have to be optimistic that we’ll continue to work with the governor’s office to work out the remaining differences.”

The FOCUS bill will have to pass finance committees in the House and Senate before reaching a full vote on the floors of both chambers.

According to the Tennessee General Assembly’s website, the legislation is scheduled to be heard in the House Finance, Ways and Means Subcommittee on March 9 at 10:30 a.m. It’s scheduled for 2:30 p.m. in the Senate Education Committee on the same day.

 

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3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

District Attorney General Glenn Funk Touts Safety at Colleges, Universities

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Nashville District Attorney General Glenn Funk says he wants to work with the state’s colleges and universities to help keep them safe.

Funk spoke at a Crime Stoppers meeting hosted by Tennessee State University on Feb. 11. The meetings are held at a different regional higher education institution or police facility each month, and allow security officials from various law enforcement agencies to come together and share information about criminal incidents that have occurred at surrounding colleges and universities.

“We try to collectively look at the crime that’s happening in our area,” said Thomas Jackson, commander of TSU’s Police Department and the meeting’s organizer. “And brainstorm about what we can do to make our universities and colleges more safe for our students, faculty and staff.”

In the case of TSU, Funk said the DA’s office has designated a person to be a liaison between the university and his office. He said if there’s a criminal issue on the campus, TSU’s leadership can go to that person and they can make prosecutorial decisions together.

“Whatever the issues are, the only way that we can effectively prosecute cases is to make sure that we have an understanding with law enforcement, or with security, in order to make sure that everybody is on the same page going forward,” Funk said. “One of the reasons I wanted to come out here and talk to this group is I want to make sure that every one of your individual agencies knows, my door is open.”

Other issues at the meeting included efforts to educate students about domestic violence, as well as fraudulent activity.

“The sad thing with domestic violence is a lot of them don’t even know the warning signs,” said Aerin Washington, TSU’s crime prevention officer.

She also said a lot of students fall victim to fraudulent activity, like credit card schemes.

“We see quite a bit of it on campus,” Washington said. “And so there’s definitely room to educate our students about just avoiding the risks that are associated with those activities, and just educating them on how to prevent being victim.”

Funk said he plans to attend future Crime Stopper meetings.

“Hopefully I’ll be coming back to sit and listen,” Funk said before the meeting. “This is kind of where the rubber meets the road when it comes to community safety, and community spirit.”

Besides TSU, other higher education institutions that participate in Crime Stoppers include Aquinas College, Belmont University, Cumberland College, Fisk University, Lipscomb University, Meharry Medical College, Middle Tennessee State University, Nashville State Community College, Trevecca Nazarene College, Vanderbilt University and Vol State Community College.

 

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

TSU Faculty, Staff, Student Give Backing to University’s 10-Point Safety Enhancement Plan

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TSU President Glenda Glover announces the University’s 10-Point Safety Enhancement Plan at a news conference Friday, as State Rep. Harold M. Love, Jr, and State Sen. Thelma Harper, both TSU alumni, watch. (Photo by John S. Cross, TSU Media Relations)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University faculty, staff and student representatives stood with President Glenda Glover Friday as she unveiled a 10-Point Safety Enhancement Plan during a news conference. The plan emphasizes action, accountability and assessment. While expressing support for the plan, the group believes the campus shooting last Thursday was an isolated incident that could have happened anywhere.

Tarence Rice, a senior Electrical Engineering major, and the student representative on the university’s Campus Safety Commission, said safety has always been a major issue on campus. But like any secure environment, there are always elements trying to find ways around it.

“I feel like TSU is like any other campus,” Rice said. “There are going to be problems sometimes but as the president said, we are doing everything possible to make sure everyone is safe on campus.”

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Among those attending President Glover’s news conference were TSU alumnus State Rep. Harold M. Love, Jr., left, Jessica Gabriel, Chair of the Staff Senate, and TSU Police Director Anthony Carter. (Photo by John S. Cross, TSU Media Relations)

Prior to the news conference President Glover met with TSU faculty and staff to give an update on strategies that were being implanted immediately to ensure the campus is safe and secure.

“It is tragic that this happened at all,” said Dr. Michael Catanzaro, chair of the Faculty Senate. “We have joined the president to show that we care about what happened and what happens at our university. This is not just my university because I am a faculty; this is where I spend most of my time.”

“We have all come to join with the president as she presents this safety plan because this is our campus and the safety of students, faculty and staff is a major concern for all of us,” said Jessica Gabriel, chair of the Staff Senate.

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Media representatives listen to TSU President Glover as she announces the University’s 10-Point Safety Enhancement Plan during a news conference on the main campus. (Photo by John S. Cross, TSU Media Relations)
The 10-point plan emphasizes a partnership with Metro Nashville Police and other law enforcement agencies, an increased police presence, enforcement of the university’s ID policy, the establishment of a TSU Police satellite office, centrally located on the campus where there is high student traffic, and a Student Safety Patrol.

“I have spent time with (Nashville) Police Chief Steve Anderson, Metro Police North Precinct Acting Commander Blair, and Mr. Mark Gwyn, director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to develop additional strategies that deal specifically with the incident,” President Glover said.

Below are the Tennessee State University 10-Point Safety Enhancement Plan:

  1. Increased visibility of the TSU police force.

We have a partnership with Metro Nashville Police, who have already joined with TSU PD in providing increased patrols on campus. We have also begun the process of hiring more TSU Police and Security Officers to fully implement the increased activity.

  1. The opening of a new TSU Police satellite office in the Floyd Payne Campus Center, near the courtyard area.

This satellite office will be fully operational beginning November 1, 2015.

  1. Strict enforcement of the TSU ID policy, requiring students, faculty, and staff to wear IDs at all times.

We will strictly enforce TSU’s ID policy, which requires students, faculty, and staff to wear their campus-issued ID at all times. IDs must be worn visibly and not contained in a pocket, book bag, or handbag.

Fines will be imposed for individuals not wearing IDs. (The first time there will be a warning or referral. The second time is a $25 fine, and the third time is a $50 fine).

The same policy will also apply to parking. Students and employees must show a campus-issued decal and ID to come on campus. Special IDs and parking passes will be issued to campus visitors.

  1. The incorporation of a tip hotline, through our Red Flag System, that will allow individuals to report information anonymously. We also have a mobile TSU Safety App which can be downloaded to cellular phones.
  2. We are offering cash awards to students as a part of our See Something Say Something

This initiative encourages students to report suspicious activity to the TSU PD.

  1. The initiation of a Student Safety Patrol staffed by volunteers from male student organizations—which include fraternities, service organizations, and other related campus groups—
    to accompany individuals across campus.

The TSU Student Safety Patrol will consist of uniformed volunteers that will be strategically located across the campus for added patrol and provide assistance to students when requested. Recruitment has begun and will continue throughout the semester.

  1. More frequent room inspections in campus housing.

Room checks are randomly conducted if there is reasonable cause to believe that a student is using a residence facility for purposes that are illegal, constitute a hazard, or would seriously interfere with campus discipline.

  1. Enhanced surveillance on campus, including cameras and lighting will continue.
  2. Increased access control on campus through proximity readers.

We began this initiative with our classrooms and expand the program to include the Floyd Payne Student Center in approximately 3 weeks. Other campus buildings will come on-line throughout the year.

  1. The completion of Phase II of the fence project on TSU’s campus.

Phase I is approximately 75% complete. It is the existing fence with gates and access control from Kean Hall on 33rd to Hale Hall on Albion.

 In Phase II – we will continue the fence to other parts of the campus. It will start from the existing chain link fence behind the Torrence Hall Engineering Building to the TSU steam plant area.

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

 

 

TSU receives $1 million commitment from health care giant, HCA

Tennessee State University is adding more funds to its scholarship coffers thanks to a generous gift announced by HCA today.

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HCA Chief Operating Officer Samuel N. Hazen, left,; TSU Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Eloise Abernathy Alexis; TSU President Glenda Glover; and HCA Chairman and CEO R. Milton Johnson.

As part of the company’s annual Caring for the Community campaign, TSU President Glenda Glover joined with hundreds of HCA employees in Nashville’s Centennial Park to celebrate the company’s commitment to partners and projects across the city. The gift of $1 million, which will come in intervals of $250,000 over the next four years, will support scholarships for students in health sciences disciplines.

“It is not unusual for us to announce gifts to city and local institutions, and this year we are pleased to announce a four-year commitment to Tennessee State University of $250,000 annually totaling $1 million in schol
arships to benefit students in the College of Health Sciences,” said R. Milton Johnson, HCA’s Chairman and CEO. “We are proud to support our neighbor, TSU, and we have many graduates who have done an outstanding job for us.”

President Glover said the scholarship support is needed as the university continues its efforts in producing well-educated and trained students to work in the health care arena. The College of Health Sciences currently offers degrees in 11 disciplines.

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Nashville Mayor Meagan Berry, Left; CEO R. Milton; and President Glenda Glover.

“Tennessee State University thanks HCA for their support and for consistently recognizing the talented young people we produce by investing in them,” Glover said. “This is not the first time HCA has backed TSU, and we appreciate yet another generous donation that will provide us the opportunity to recruit, graduate and prepare students for employment as top-notch health care professionals who deliver quality services across the country.”

HCA’s campaign encourages the elevation of four key pillars – learn, serve, give and lead – and has engaged 64 percent of HCA employees as volunteers with various organizations and causes, and 66 percent in giving, according to Johnson.

“HCA is woven into the fabric of communities,” Johnson said. “We are in the relationship business with our patients, physicians, vendors, each other and in our communities.”

Also, joining Johnson and Glover at the event were HCA Chief Operating Officer Samuel N. Hazen and Nashville Mayor Meagan Barry.

 

 

 

 

 

TSU National Night Out Event to Highlight Fun and Dialogue with First Responders, Emergency Management

LogoJPEGblueNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – In what is expected to be a fun evening, Tennessee State University, in collaboration with emergency managers, first responders, safety advocates and the community, will host a crime and drug prevention awareness event Thursday, Aug. 27. The event, which takes place on the Presidents Administrative Lawn on the main campus from 5-8 p.m., is in observance of the 32nd Annual National Night Out campaign.

IMG_4367The NNO is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch. It is a yearly campaign aimed at highlighting crime and drug prevention in neighborhoods across the country. In addition to fun activities, NNO provides residents the opportunity to interact with local first responders in a relaxed setting and learn more about safety in their communities.

Called the Tigers Night, the TSU event is sponsored by the Office of Emergency Management. It is designed to:

  • Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness
  • Generate support for, and participation in, campus crime prevention efforts
  • Strengthen campus community spirit and first responder partnerships
  • Send a message to criminals to let them know TSU is actively fighting back against crime

More than 300 individuals including safety and security-oriented vendors, non-profit organizations, and government entities are expected to attend. Families are urged to bring their children for fun activities and concessions.

“This is not a student event, this is a TSU community event,” said Aerin Washington, Crime Prevention officer in the Office of Emergency Management. “Children are welcomed and they are sure to have a great time seeing the police horses, touring mobile booking, taking a picture on the Fire truck, and getting to shake hands with “SherRuff” of the Davidson County Sheriffs Office.”

Giveaways will include a free $20 first ride coupon from UBER, TSU paraphernalia from the campus bookstore, and a chance to win a hand-turbine radio/flashlight/cellphone charger courtesy of Metro Health Department.

For more information please contact: Aerin Washington at (615) 963-5928 or awashi14@tnstate.edu.

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 38 undergraduate, 22 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

2015 Tennessee State University Small Farms Expo Opens July 30


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(TSU News Service) – More than 400 agricultural experts, farmers and officials from across Tennessee and the U.S. Department of Agriculture are expected to attend this year’s Small Farms Expo and Small Farmer Recognition program at Tennessee State University.

SFE FlyerThe Expo, hosted by the TSU College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences Cooperative Extension Program, opens on Thursday, July 30, at the Agricultural Research and Education Center (The TSU Farm). The Expo will culminate with recognition of the state’s top four farmers, and the Farmer of the Year Award presentation.

Highlights of the Expo will include farm demonstrations and tours for area high school students, displays of new research projects and experiments, as well as showcases of the latest farming equipment, agricultural products and produce, and new farming techniques.

One major kickoff activity leading to the Expo is the “TSU Extension Agent Showcase” on Wednesday, July 29, from 11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. in the Ferrell-Westbrook Complex (The Barn). During this period, all 50 Extension agents from across the state will unveil exhibits showcasing the impact of the their activities throughout Tennessee.

Among new research projects at this year’s Expo is an effort to “Promote pigeon pea production for limited resource farmers of Tennessee as a food, forage and soil improving crop.”

Sponsors include the USDA, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, University of Tennessee Extension, the Tennessee Farm Bureau, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the Farm Services Bureau, among others.

Among officials expected are the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, Julius Johnson; the President of the Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation, Dr. Tim Cross; the President of TSU, Dr. Glenda Glover; and Dr. Chandra Reddy, dean of the College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences.

More details on the Expo can be found at http://bit.ly/1D6LXzo.

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 45 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

University welcomes new graduates during 2015 Spring Commencement

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Tennessee State University’s undergraduate Class of 2015 crossed the stage at Hale Stadium in cap and gown Saturday, May 9, to receive their hard-earned degrees, while Graduate candidates received their diplomas the night before during a commencement ceremony at the Gentry Complex.

More than 1,300 undergraduate and graduate students received their degrees during two separate ceremonies in which Dr. Roslyn M. Brock, chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, told the graduates Friday night that “by completing your education and achieving at this level, you have prepared yourselves to be the hopes and dreams of tomorrow’s generation.” Saturday, under clear skies and warm temperatures, Memphis Mayor AC Wharton, a TSU alum and renowned lawyer, told the graduates that the key to success is having confidence and believing in oneself.

Candidates eligible for graduation included 927 students earning undergraduate degrees, 386 received graduate degrees and graduate certificates, along with 52 doctoral candidates.

Also notable is a total of 245 students eligible to graduate with honors including 41 earning summa cum laude (GPA of at least 3.75), 75 magna cum laude (GPA of at least 3.50) and 129 earning cum laude (GPA of at least 3.25).

Students eligible for degree included:

Graduate Degree Candidates

 College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

Biological Sciences

  • Yorke, Richard, Nashville, TN

Master of Science

Agricultural Sciences

  • Akinya, Abimbola, Akure, Nigeria
  • Aldridge, Alicia, Axis, AL
  • Alghamdi, Ahmad, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Christian, Karla, Nashville, TN
  • Dompreh, Jessica, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Githua, Susan, Thika, Kenya
  • Gray, Samuel, Hermitage, TN
  • Jackson, Cleveland, Florence, MS
  • Johnson, DeKarra, Mount Rainier, MD
  • Kabir, Md, Dhaka, Bulgaria
  • Kimathi, Boniface, Machakos, Kenya
  • Kodati, Srikanth, Hyderabad, India
  • Kreul, Beverley, Republic, MD
  • Leathers, Alison, Nashville, TN
  • Lotze, Andrew, Nashville, TN
  • Moore, Virginia, Clarksville, TN
  • Morris, Garrett, Eads, TN
  • Omosa, Oladayo, Akure, Nigeria
  • Onyeukwu, Obinna, Chicago, IL
  • Osazuwa, Osaretin, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Prestwich, Peter, Nashville, TN
  • Randle, Shonkaan, Nashville, TN

Biology

  • Alhawiti, Naif, Nashville, TN
  • Alshammari, Fahdah, Arlington, TX
  • Davis, Christopher, Nashville, TN
  • Holmes, Chondraah, Waterloo, IA
  • Labban, Abbrar, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Chemistry

  • Alhamed, Samiyah, Lake Charles, LA
  • Almughamsi, Haifa, Muncie, IN
  • Anisuzzaman, Sharif, Comilla, Bangladesh
  • Hoq, Md Rejaul, San Diego, CA
  • Hunt, Cherry, Nashville, TN
  • Shaban, Wejdan, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Shannon, Creea, Nashville, TN
  • Wadees, Sajad, Huntington, WV

College of Business

Master of Business Administration

Business Administration

  • Agtarap, Sola Kristie, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Alghamdi, Hassan, Baha, Saudi Arabia
  • Althumayri, Ziyad, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Burkett, Brian, Nashville, TN
  • Downs, Tyler, Cordova, TN
  • Fowler, Carmen, Cape Girardeau, MO
  • Harris, Jerell, Nashville, TN
  • Haunhorst, Brian, Madison, TN
  • Henderson, Shemeka, Fredericksburg, VA
  • Hugan, Bernadette, Madison, TN
  • Khan, Modhurima, Nashville, TN
  • Manning, Alma, Nashville, TN
  • Turner, Terrance, Antioch, TN
  • Yan, Xinyi, Tianjin, China
  • Zagami, Elizabeth, Scottsdale, AZ

College of Education

Doctor of Philosophy

Psychology

  • Lowe, Rebbecca, Natchitoches, LA
  • Lynch, Jeremy, Clarksville, TN
  • Manor, Shannon, Columbia, TN
  • Monroe, Johanna, Antioch, TN
  • Raman, Janani, Fayetteville, NC
  • Scott, Angela, Lexington, KY
  • Sellers, Amy, Colbert, WA

 Doctor of Education

Administration and Supervision

  • Duarte, Dalila, Miami Lakes, FL
  • Damron-Litchford, Nancy, Nashville, TN
  • Harrington, Miriam, Antioch, TN
  • Myers, Brenda, Baxter, TN
  • Odom, Tenisha, Nashville, TN

Curriculum and Instruction

  • Aluoch, Elijah, Chattanooga, TN
  • Brown, Amy, Cookeville, TN
  • Ray, Amanda, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Trice, Valerie, Henderson, TN

Education Specialist

Instructional Leadership

  • Alexander, Deborah, Nashville, TN
  • Burgess, Rhonda, Nashville, TN
  • Chisom-Rhodes, Erica, Nashville, TN
  • Crump, Tehronne, Nashville, TN
  • Henderson, Peggie, Antioch, TN
  • King, Denise, Madison, TN
  • Noel, Geanice, Antioch, TN
  • Pritchett, Nasheba, Goodlettsville, TN
  • Smith, Zakeisha, Nashville, TN
  • Taveau, Marisa, Nolensville, TN
  • Woodard, Cheryl, Nashville, TN

Master of Education

Curriculum and Instruction

  • Al ruwaili, Miad, Saudi Arabia
  • Alhaqbani, Sadeem, Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia
  • Alnajar, Ayesha, Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia
  • Alqarni, Awn, Saudi Arabia,
  • Baker, Crystal, Nashville, TN
  • Crowley, Chartrice, Nashville, TN
  • Davenport, Latonya, Nashville, TN
  • Davis, Michael, Nashville, TN
  • Dent, Nevella, Nashville, TN
  • Glass, Erin, Nashville, TN
  • Hashim, Abrar, Saudi Arabia
  • Hord, Christina, Shelbyville, TN
  • Ingle, Andrea, Nashville, TN
  • Marks, Kellie, Nashville, TN
  • McDonald, Shante, Huntsville, AL
  • Morpeau, Ulrick, Antioch, TN
  • Nyaberi, Christable, Nashville, TN

Elementary Education

  • Akins, Gabrielle, Nashville, TN
  • Beckham, John, Nashville, TN
  • Coode, Regina, Nashville, TN
  • Donnelly, Patricia, Nashville, TN
  • Jackson, Jaleesa, Nashville, TN
  • Stephens, Carmen, Madison, TN
  • Washko, Christopher, Nashville, TN

Instructional Leadership

  • Gray, Constance, Goodlettsville, TN
  • Grissom, Katara, Nashville, TN
  • Lacy, Randall, Nashville, TN
  • Omar, Mohammed, Nashville, TN
  • Rogers, Shelby, Dolton, IL
  • Webster, Leroy, Nashville, TN

Special Education

  • Bin Jardan, Alanood, Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia
  • Lin, Hsu-Chang, Tainan City, China
  • McKenzie, Mary, Nashville, TN
  • Norris, Beverly, Nashville, TN
  • Shorter, Shauntazia, Nashville, TN

Master of Science

Professional School Counseling

  • Carmichael, Tara, Memphis, TN
  • Craig, Molly, Hendersonville, TN
  • Garrett, Janelle, Nashville, TN
  • Green, Brian, Brentwood, TN
  • O’Brien, Erin, Nashville, TN
  • Reynolds, Erica, Nashville, TN
  • Thompson, Tasia, Nashville, TN

Psychology

  • Babb, Kashonda, Madison, TN
  • Branch, Innocence, Ellenwood, GA
  • Brown, Kenya, Nashville, TN
  • Clarke, Gwendolyn, Whites Creek, TN
  • Hackney, Brittany, Clarksville, TN
  • LaDuke, Brittany, Knoxville, TN
  • McClean, Stuart, Tyler, TX
  • Peebles, Hunter, Nashville, TN
  • Shanklin, Terneilus, Jackson, TN
  • Sullivan, Shacora Arletha Danielle, Antioch, TN
  • Taylor, Randon, Nashville, TN
  • Thatcher, Brittany, New Rochelle, NY
  • Williams, John, Chattanooga, TN

College of Engineering

Master of Engineering

Engineering

  • Al Janabi, Qussay, Antioch, TN
  • Alzahrani, Sabah, Taif, Saudi Arabia
  • Atwah, Wissam, Mekkah, OK
  • Kidando, Emmanuel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Oke, Kehinde, Abuja, Nigeria
  • Robinson, Tonjanika, Stone Mountain, GA
  • Ruhazwe, Evarist, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Savage, James, Franklin, TN
  • Solomon, David, Nashville, TN

Master of Science

Computer and Information Systems Engineering

  • Parker, Adrian, La Vergne, TN
  • Sameen, Jamil, Nashville, TN

College of Health Sciences

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

  • Abell, George, Nashville, TN
  • Barnes, Taylor, Louisville, KY
  • Barrett, Elizabeth, Franklin, TN
  • Bender, Heidi, Huntington Beach, CA
  • Brown, Briana, Valley, AL
  • Burdette, Elizha, Franklin, TN
  • Burns, Brandon, Cleveland, TN
  • Curtis, Brittany, Columbus, OH
  • Dow, Hillary, Yorktown, VA
  • Felts, Robert, Nashville, TN
  • Ferrigan, Kirsten, Angola, IN
  • Foster, Harmonie, Bedford, OH
  • Fuhrhop, Elizabeth, Glen Ellyn, IL
  • Givens, Micah, Birmingham, AL
  • Hice, Jessica, Tullahoma, TN
  • Hickle, Amanda, Indianapolis, IN
  • Hogan, Jendayi, Fort Washington, MD
  • Honn, Kailey, Westfield, IN
  • King, Kyle, Bushnell, FL
  • Krusic, Alexandra, Aurora, IL
  • Lindeman, Matthew, Maryville, TN
  • Norina Weatherman, Margarita, Antioch, TN
  • Patel, Nikita, Boiling Springs, SC
  • Pierce, Lauren, Chesapeake, VA
  • Read, Branan, Memphis, TN
  • Robbins, Elizabeth, Nashville, TN
  • Rogers, Kathryn, Rock Island, TN
  • Schonewill, Annika, Nashville, TN
  • Shetromph, Natalie, Lititz, PA
  • Singer, Sarah, Nashville, TN
  • Spear, Ashley, Hermitage, TN
  • Stromberg, Ryan, Provo, UT
  • Toranzo, Jamila, Nashville, TN
  • Twist, Martine, Matthews, NC
  • Weinberg, Drisa, Tucson, AZ

Master of Arts in Education

Human Performance and Sport Sciences

  • Ashley, Zebodia, Montgomery, AL
  • Briscoe, Naffene, Nashville, TN
  • Coffey, Chancelor, Hillsboro, AL
  • Coleman, Jamal, Nashville, TN
  • Danna, Matthew, Denham Springs, LA
  • Jordan, Joslyn, Antioch, TN
  • Kuthe, Joshua, Nashville, TN
  • Lanier, Brittany, Roanoke, VA
  • Mcghee, Sydney, Nashville, TN
  • Payne, Kenya, Memphis, TN
  • Reall, Scott, Brentwood, TN
  • Scruggs, Dormonique, Nashville, TN
  • Weeden, Joshua, Jackson, TN

Master of Public Health

Public Health

  • Arinze, Onyeka, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Arzu, Arielle, Chicago, IL
  • Favours, Jacquelyn, Nashville, TN
  • Knecht, Judith, Franklin, TN
  • Oaihimire, Rhoda, Nashville, TN
  • Oaihimire, Ruth, Nashville, TN
  • Odoh, Chisom, Enugu,
  • Onadeko, Kempson, Antioch, TN

Master of Science

Speech Pathology

  • Brassfield, Lauren, Brentwood, TN
  • Burge, Kenzie, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Clayton, Courtney, Antioch, TN
  • Crawford, Katherine, Germantown, TN
  • DePrez, Brianna, Ooltewah, TN
  • Donnerstag, Jessica, Nashville, TN
  • Francis, Heather, Nashville, TN
  • Garrison, Amy, Antioch, TN
  • Hammer, Ashley, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Kidd, Taylor, Cleveland, TN
  • Kissner, Jessica, White House, TN
  • Ladd, Karlyn, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Lane, Kimberly, Memphis, TN
  • McClendon, Grace, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Moorhead, Beth, Butler, KY
  • Mullican, Marcy, Rock Island, TN
  • Plage, Caitlin, Nashville, TN
  • Rabb, Laneisha, McMinnville, TN
  • Sasscer, John, Seymour, TN
  • Satterfield, Lauren, Nashville, TN
  • Semore, Cassie, Lyles, TN
  • Smith, Rebekah, Nashville, TN
  • Trest, Kelly, Goodlettsville, TN
  • Whitwell, Krystal, Hoenwald, TN
  • van den Bosch, Emily, Arcadia, CA

Master of Science in Nursing

Nursing

  • Abuawad, Insaf, Nashville, TN
  • Adreon, Pamela, Santa Fe, TN
  • Ahmadi, Shiva, Hendersonville, TN
  • Aluoch, Marren, Nashville, TN
  • Barber, Sarah, Lebanon, TN
  • Baxter, Ashley, Nashville, TN
  • Beard, Cynthia, Gallatin, TN
  • Burks, Amy, Waynesboro, TN
  • Byrd, Caitlin, Franklin, TN
  • Caples, Shervonda, Nashville, TN
  • Clark, Russell, Madison, TN
  • Coffin, Kealin, Nashville, TN
  • Corder, Quenessa, Lebanon, TN
  • Crowley, Niccole, Columbia, TN
  • Dalton, Valarie, Antioch, TN
  • DeLong, Sheila, McDonald, TN
  • Fishel, Mary, Union City, TN
  • Fraizer, Victoria, Bartlett, TN
  • Gimenez, Chandra, Nashville, TN
  • Granberry, Latisha, Nashville, TN
  • Heflin, Lashawna, Riverview, FL
  • Henderson, DeAnna, Gallatin, TN
  • Henley, Bridget, Nashville, TN
  • Himes, Clayton, Nashville, TN
  • Hinshaw, Emily, Joelton, TN
  • Howell, Claire, New Vienna, OH
  • Hubert, Michael, Lebanon, TN
  • Hudson, Anne, White House, TN
  • Hughes, Isabel, Madison, TN
  • Hughes, Jennifer, Thompsons Station, TN
  • Humphery, Pamela, Nashville, TN
  • Hunley, Dana, Madison, TN
  • Hutchins-Conry, Tinera, Morrison, TN
  • Johnson, Jessica, Christiana, TN
  • Johnson, Tiffany, Nashville, TN
  • Kaelin, Victoria, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Kelley, Linda, Saint Joseph, TN
  • Key, Wanda, Nashville, TN
  • Keyser, Erika, Culleoka, TN
  • Lee, Suzanne, Madison, TN
  • Lewis, Ashlee, Hermitage, TN
  • Lewis-Brown, Stephanie, Spring Hill, TN
  • Maben-Tenney, Laura, Nashville, TN
  • Madison, Makko, Antioch, TN
  • McDermitt, Michele, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Meacham, Brandi, Nashville, TN
  • Milberger, Latisha, Hermitage, TN
  • Moore, Christie, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Muehling, Julie, Lake City, MN
  • Neal, Mechele, Pulaski, TN
  • Okoh, Chucky, Chattanooga, TN
  • Okolocha, Maureen, Hermitage, TN
  • Owens, Eyitemi, Antioch, TN
  • Pace, Kimberly, Nashville, TN
  • Patz, Susan, Hollis, NH
  • Pierce, Jazzlyn, Cane Ridge, TN
  • Poydras, Sabrina, Clarksville, TN
  • Qu, Ying, Nashville, TN
  • Ramsey, Roxanne, Old Hickory, TN
  • Ramsey, Sara, Christiana, TN
  • Rashid, Faiza, Nashville, TN
  • Robinson, Essence, Antioch, TN
  • Rodriguez, Jason, Chattanooga, TN
  • Saia, Whitney, Franklin, TN
  • Santoyo, Cheryl, Clarksville, TN
  • Simpson, Julie, Nashville, TN
  • Singleton, Tyler, Hendersonville, TN
  • Smith, Korninthia, Greenville, MS
  • Sommerschield, Laura, Winchester, TN
  • Sullivan, British, Hermitage, TN
  • Thomas, Hannah, Nashville, TN
  • Tidrow, Masako, Spring Hill, TN
  • Tramel, Cassie, Columbia, TN
  • Tudeme, Augustine, Antioch, TN
  • Whyte, Sharon, Clarksville, TN
  • Williams, Rachel, Castalian Springs, TN

College of Liberal Arts

Master of Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

  • Adenusi, Olayinka, Bariga, Nigeria
  • Cutler, Stephanie, Winchester, TN
  • French, James, Knoxville, TN
  • Hayes, Tashauna, Dyersburg, TN
  • Lias, Joseph, Sanford, FL
  • Lillard, Randy, Nashville, TN
  • Moore, Norkeisha, Victorville, CA
  • Taabur, Tabeer, Nashville, TN
  • Wheeler, Paige, Goodlettsville, TN

College of Professional Service and Urban Affairs

Master of Professional Studies

Professional Studies

  • Anthis, Brian, Madison, TN
  • Corlew, Patricia, Nashville, TN
  • Dorse, Lanisa, Goodlettsville, TN
  • Garmon, Jasmin, Merrillville, IN
  • Hamilton, Renita, Lawrenceville, GA
  • Jones, Elizabeth, Nashville, TN
  • Locke, Jason, Juliet, TN
  • Robinson, Jennifer, Nashville, TN
  • Sandifer, Toija, Knoxville, TN

Master of Public Administration

Public Administration

  • Benson, Brianna, Mount Juliet, TN
  • Bills II, Everett, Antioch, TN
  • Boswell, Derrick, Nashville, TN
  • Brunson, Cory, Columbia, TN
  • Carpenter, James, Nolensville, TN
  • Goodrich, Jason, Nashville, TN
  • Hardaway, Rachel, Nashville, TN
  • Matthews, Mel, Gallatin, TN
  • Richardson, Eric, Nashville, TN
  • Routen, Jameca, Nashville, TN
  • Williams, Brian, Cordova, TN

Master of Social Work

Social Work

  • Abdullatif, Barin, Nashville, TN
  • Badley, Tanae, Olathe, KS
  • Bastin, David, Nashville, TN
  • Bogle, Richard, Nunnelly, TN
  • Brady, Dawn, Nashville, TN
  • Conner, Abby, Nashville, TN
  • Crawley, Anita, Nashville, TN
  • Gordon, Lisa, Nashville, TN
  • Hittel, Julie, Cartersville, GA
  • James, Theresa, Spring City, TN
  • Kiester, David, Nashville, TN
  • Lawrence, Monica, Antioch, TN
  • Manley, Sarah, Nashville, TN
  • McLeod, Christi, Antioch, TN
  • Morant, Nicole, Murfreesboro, TN
  • Richards, Amber, Lebanon, TN
  • Samuel, Cathlyn, Nashville, TN
  • Scheppf, Paul, Hermitage, TN
  • Sneed, Jacqueline, Nashville, TN
  • Taylor, Susan, Lebanon, TN
  • Tharpe, Sylvia, Madison, TN
  • Turk, Rebecca, Hermitage, TN
  • Turner, Jarvis, Nashville, TN
  • Word, Natosha, Nashville, TN

Graduate Certificates

  • Baxley, Laura, Family Nurse Practioner
  • Benson, Brianna, Non-Profit Management
  • Carpenter, Charles, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Davis, Terence, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Fox, Tina, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Freeman, Vicki, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Gabous, Ashraf, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Gupton, William, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Gwyn, Mark, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Hardaway, Rachel, Health Administration and Planning
  • Helton, Lisa, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Henry, Robert, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Hudson, Anne, Nursing Education
  • Hulett, Roderick, Health Administration and Planning
  • Locke, Jason, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Lynch, Erin, Non-Profit Management
  • Martin, Kristin, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Matthews, Mel, Non-Profit Management
  • Nix-Davis, Shirley, Health Administration and Planning
  • Phillips, Samantha, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Porter, Robin, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Puckett, Randall, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Qualls, Eric, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Reid, Chrystalyn, Health Administration and Planning
  • Watwood, Brandon, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Whitt, Rhonda, Public Administration Executive Leadership
  • Williams, Kevin, Public Administration Executive Leadership

 

Undergraduate Degree Candidates

 College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences

  • Joh’Nissa Anderson Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Aimee Anderson Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Jacquise Andrews Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Heather Barr Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Dedric Belio Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Jershawn Blockton Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Kyreshia Brown Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Jessica Brown Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Jazmyne Cantrell Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Authur Chapman Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Sara Chrisman Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Typhanee Colbert Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Ayanna Collins Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Eduardo Constantino Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Nancy Dansby Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • George Davis Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Kassandra Davis Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Makeish Dennie Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Jessica Dix Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Daniel Doss Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Deja Doyle Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • LeAndra Ersery Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Porshia Eubanks Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Amadou Fall Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Molly Fox Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Dustin Garcia Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Dominique Garrett Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Amy Garrison Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Carla Gibbs Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Christina Gomez Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Racheal Gregory Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • LaQuita Grinnage Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Evon Habib Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Carrie Hall Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Toni Hallman Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Jasmine Hill Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Kenisha Hill Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Kendel Hill Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Bambata Hogue Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Oliver Howard Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Alexis Howard Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Da Ne Irvin Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Veman Ismail Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Nahom Iyob Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Tya Johnson Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Darian Jones Bachelor of Science Biology
  • KaBrea Jones Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Yaritza Jones Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Patrice Kelly Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Chiara Leinyuy Keng Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Nakia Lang Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Monica Lemons Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Erin Malone Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Essence Manlove Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Keith Martin Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Dena Masoud Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Miah Mayweather Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Nathan McKellips Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Joseph McLeod Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Shanice Miles-Moore Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Camerra Miller Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Bria Monk Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Teericka Moore Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Shantia Morgan Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Alexis Morris Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Robert Onyejiaka Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Derek Platt Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Patricia Ragin Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Andre’ Reaves Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Cierra Rowe Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Perween Sameen Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Bayan Sankari Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Beatrice Scalf Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Kavon Seay Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Brittney Shaw Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Erika Smith Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Lawanda Sparks Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Mayim Stafford Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Ciera Starkey Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Arieal Stewart Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Anthony Suggs Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Rontorey Todd Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Eleonora Troyanovskaya Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Brittany Vasquez Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Marian Wakefield Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Angela Washington Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Rebecca Welch Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Rebecca Welch Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Bria Wells Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Takara Williams Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Latetrica Wilson Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science

College of Business

  • Nakisha Anderson Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Maria Arbelaez-Lopez Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Ahmad Ashari Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Latasha Banks Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Janki Bant Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Breyuna Bartee Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Rhoda Beachy Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Britney Bogard Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Julian Bonds Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Zuheily Bonilla Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Gabriel Bowers Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Joshua Brooks Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Leddya Brown Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Dominic Brown Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Markell Burke Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Kathleen Burnett Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Keyatta Butler Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • William Butterworth Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Kelley C DeBaca Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Dorothy Carter Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Erica Carter Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Breanna Clark Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Kierra Corbin Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Maryam Craft Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Taniesha Crump Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Cinnamon Daniel Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Jasmine Davis Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Russell Dean Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Olivia Dunlop Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Danielle Dunn Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Christian Essimbe Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Salina Fountain Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • William Gattis Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Melodie Green Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Julius Greenlaw Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Caspian Haley Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Yaqub Hassan Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Joe Hill Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Selina Hilliard Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Brandon Hilton Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Landrea Holcombe Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Mark Holladay Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Jaquaya Holmes Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Christopher Isabell Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Juavanna Johnson Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Michael Jones Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Carissa Josaphat Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Olivia Laster Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Christa Lavender Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Marlon Lipscomb Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • William Lyons Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Wesley Marshall Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Stephen Martin Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Christopher Martin Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Ramla Mohamed Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Ahmed Mohamed Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Waldo Moody Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Deahna Moore Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Danielle Moore Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Karen Munoz Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Adam Myers Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Alfred Otto Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Stephanie Parker Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Raechel Patrick Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Zachary Powers Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Darrin Pryor Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Rudolph Ragnauth Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Kendra Ralston Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Samantha Rice Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Shakoya Robinson-Lane Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Isys Rucker – Peoples Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Jasmine Saunders Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Larae Sawyers Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Sakariya Sayid Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Sakariya Sayid Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • William Simmons Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Jazzmine Smith Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Jeremy Smoot Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Nzenga Speight Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Symone Stewart Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Michael Thomas Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Taylor Thomas Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Danielle Thomas Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Angela Thompson Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Gabrielle Todd Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Annie Tran Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Dorian Vauls Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Rodger Waynick Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Kristopher Webster Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Herbert White Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Kenny Williams Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Symphony Williams Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Monica Wright Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Raian Yousif Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration

College of Education

  • Rachel Allen Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Ciera Avery Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Arnold Barnes-Tull Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Tanisha Blevins Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Chandra Bond Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Demetrius Buck Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Jasmine Buckley Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Andrew Byrd Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Michael Cain Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Amber Coleman Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Kevin Conway Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Kiara Curry Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Christina Dantzler Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Bre Dozier Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Attallah Eiland Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • James Ellison Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Willie Eshe Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Tatyana Fayne Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Ebonie Gillespie Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Jay Harris Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Jalyn Harris Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Ricky Herron Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Brittany Hodges Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Cynetra Hutchison Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Driona Jackson Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Shaniki Jones Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Zykeia Lee Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Markeil Lewis Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Larry Lopp Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Justin Manson Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • ShaCora McCoy Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Qunisha Mckee Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Donna Meadows Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Alysia Montgomery Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Brittany Neal Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Allen Nnadi Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Kelvette Partee Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Tonisha Payne Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Monique Ray Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Kristin Riley Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Denissa Rogers-Giles Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Katrina Silas Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • LaKesha Smith Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Moriah Taylor Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Allana Turner Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Capria Tyson Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Tabbatha Walker Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Thomas Ward Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Eric Williams Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Andjoua Williams Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Charniqua Wilson Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Jeremy Young Bachelor of Science Psychology

College of Engineering

  • Jamal Abdi Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Patrick Akers Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Muflih Alqahtani Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Steven Barrett Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Eyup Bazan Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Mary Bennett Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Michael Bethea Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • JeTara Brown Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Kendrea Bufford Bachelor of Science Mathematical Sciences
  • Holt Claiborne Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Elijah Craig Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Diarra Fall Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Derika Featherston Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Daniel Flanigan Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Bobby Gleghorn Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Kevin Goolsby Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Eric Hall Bachelor of Science Physics
  • Andrew Hart Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Duray Hight Bachelor of Science Mathematical Sciences
  • Michaiah Hinds Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Kevin Huang Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Lorne Hulan Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Fatin Kareem Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Rongi Langham Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Ishmael Lewis Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Iesha McCaskill Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Steven Mcghaw Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Christopher Moore Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Alana Morris Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Benjamin Morton Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Shane Neal Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Ronald Oniszczak Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Jasmine Parham Bachelor of Science Mathematical Sciences
  • Kyron Potts Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Rashad Powell Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Justin Robertson Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Tony Sanchez Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Robert Shrimpton Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Jamel Simmons Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Michael Smith Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Jordan Speller Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Aaron Thanasack Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Rodrick Vann Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Deontae Watson Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Alexis Williams Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Brittney Williams Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Shaniquia Williams Bachelor of Science Mathematical Sciences
  • Adriann Wilson Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Cecily Wiseman Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Youssef Younan Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Corey Zusin Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering

College of Health Sciences

  • Brandi Aaron Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amed Abdullah B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Breanna Adams Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Margaret Adams-Johnson Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Sunny Adereti B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Crystal Agyemang Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Christianah Ajeneye Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Dejin Ali Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Jennifer Allen B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • John Allsbrooks B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Zelalem Amare Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Deborah Anderson B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ashley Anderson B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Tara Anthony Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jared Asher Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Angela Atchison Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Stephanie Austin Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Michael Austin Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Charles Babbs B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Chandni Bant Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Ashley Barron Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Andrew Bather Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Shawn Beck Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Jennifer Blair Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kaitlyn Boggs Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Jessica Bond Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Youstina Botros Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Caitlin Brenner Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jacoby Brewer Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Timothy Broughton Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Kenneth Brown Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kenneth Brown Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kendale Brumit Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Michelle Buckles Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Lindsay Buena Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Ashanti Burton B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Aliah Burton-Mahdi Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Vershae Butler Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Matthew Campbell Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Kendra Cannon Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Angelique Carney Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kelly Carrel Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Elijah Carter Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • JoyLynn Castro Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Takiyah Catlett Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Shawnata Chandler Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Akamard Chansuthus Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Eric Chism Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Qunyotta Chunn Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jamekia Clark Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Jeremy Coffey Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Charles Commodore Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Jared Coulter Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Jameica Crook Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Antone Cunningham Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Claudia Curry Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Amelia Dap Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kendric Dartis Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Megan Davenport B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Rully Dean Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Gwendolyn Delk Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Mahedere Demessie B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Rachel Dennis B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Hannah Dickens Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Tamica Dillard B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Modou Diouf B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Moussa Diouf B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Imani Donald Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Somer Dones B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Raven Dotson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Altavis Douglas Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Chardonne Duncan Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Angela Dunlap Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Holly Dunn Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Akelah Earl B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Christine Egedegbe Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Joseph Elliott Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Kaitlin Ellis Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Eliana Elly Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Patrick Eneje Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Micheal Estany Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Lauren Evans Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ashlee Everett B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Merna Farag Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Kendra Farmer Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jeffrey Fiedler Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Heather Fiedler Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kasar Findi Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Nekira Fleming Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amanda Freels Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Bria Freeman Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Kimberly French Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Shaundree Fuller Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Leon Garlington Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Mariesha Garrard Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Shava Garrett Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Samantha Gibbs Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Tracey Gibbs Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Lateria Gibson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Rikki Giddens Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Joshua Giles Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Anita Giles Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Nyani Golden-Brown Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Marion Goolsby Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jane Grant Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Nichole Grant B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Jamie Gray Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Melinda Green Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kamary Gregory Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Whitney Griffin Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Whitney Griggs Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Karen Groves Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Mariah Guy Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Vahin Haji Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Naomi Halkis Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Bethany Hall Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Talacquea Harper Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Sarieda Harris Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Calvin Harris Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Amanda Harris B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Chardea Harrison Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Alexis Harrison-Wattley Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Justin Hatcher Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Amanda Hawkins B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Joshua Hayes Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Karita Henry B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Cindy Hernandez B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Alexis Hicks Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Adrien Hill Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Simia Hill Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jordan Hill Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Osafa Hippolyte Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Courtney Hix B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Melanie Hodges Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Elyse Hogan Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Georgio Holston Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Lamonica Houston Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Carmen Hudson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Latandria Humphrey Hopkins Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Merna Ibrahim Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Christina Ibrahim Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kevina Ingram Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Yvette Ingram Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Courtney Ingram B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Rasan Ismail B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Sheneka Jackson Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • De’onte Jackson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Angela Jackson Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Megan Jamar Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Sarah Jewell B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Yasmine Johnson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Trafawn Johnson Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Nakreeta Johnson B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Adrienne Joiner Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Margaret Joiner Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Tissanie Jones Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Tiffany Jones Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Latrice Jones B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Jessica Jordan Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Dyrius Joy Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Zachariah Karshenas-Najafa B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Luke Katras Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Isabella Kearney Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Jarell Kelly Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Theresa Khan B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Roseanne Khan B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Oluwat’aye King Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Michael Klunk Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Abiola Kosoko B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Pius Kuffour B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Lauren Lane Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Amber Lauer B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Mariah Leaman Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Erin Leap Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Torien Leverett Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Kayla Lewis Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Paul Littlefield Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Melissa Livesay Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Keyawna Majors Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ileanushka Maldonado Berrios Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Ashlyn Mang Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Courtney Martin Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Stacy Martin Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Violet Mashingaidze Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Brian Mason Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Brittany Mason Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Taylor May Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Nancy Maynard Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Ria Mccadney Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Diere’ Mcelroy Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Kenya Mcewen Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Tyera Mcfarland Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Vincent McQuillen Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Christeen Mikhail Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Hollie Miller Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Leah Miller Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Priya Mishra B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Chiquitta Mitchell Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Anita Moore Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Wiletta Moore Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Rebecca Moore Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Briana Morrow Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Jean-Bosco Munyaneza B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Fatimatu Musah Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Whitney Myles Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Vanorian Nelson Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Tanya Nelson Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Allison Nguyen Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Aisha Nichols Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Jaime Nichols Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kayla Nickens Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Helen Nnanwude Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Lauren Nunn B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Chinyere Nwoye Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amy Oaks B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Shana O’Brien Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ivan Odijie Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Shytia Oglesby Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Brittany Orpurt Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Joy Osifo Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Riham Osman Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ranada Pamplen B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Rachael Patrick Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Carter Patterson Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • William Payne B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Natasha Pedigo Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Destiny Pennington Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Christina Perdomo Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Phillip Person Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Pashae Peterson Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Shatika Phillips Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Ashlie Pittman Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Ieshia Porter Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Stella Prigmore Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Sheree Printz Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kristin Pulley Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Katelin Pursley Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Heather Purvis Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Melissa Raimey B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ashley Raines Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kiara Rainey Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Sara Raiszadeh Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Heather Reeder Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • China Richardson Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Victoria Richardson Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Onika Richmond Hibbler B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Denise Roberson B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Jessica Rogers Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Christy Rogers Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Scharonda Rose B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Jairus Rutledge Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Batul Said Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Savannah Salters Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Joseph Savage B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Fatma Sayd Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Terrance Scott Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Jasmine Scott B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ebony Searcy Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Heather Seldat Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Lamont Seymour Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Ebonique Shanks Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Emal Sharif Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Amina Sharif Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Najma Sharif Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Dejuan Sharp Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Hayat Shemssulldin Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Quienton Simpson Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Rebekah Sindell Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Stephanie Singleton Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Alexandria Smiley Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Khesa Smiley B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ellenor Smith Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Stacie Smith Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Monica Sorensen Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Minthia Spencer Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jennifer Spivey Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Shanae St Clair Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • LaChrissa Stanley B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Stephanie Steen Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amethyst Stephens Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Martine Stevenson Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Erika Stigall Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Kelsey Stinnett Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Jasmine Strange Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Ashanti Stringer Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Miliyard Sultan B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • James Swann B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Patrick Tarrance Jr Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Lisa Tatum Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amanda Taylor Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kristian Terrell Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Samantha Thomas Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Javeele Thomas Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Pamela Thompson Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Alex Tilghman Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Ram Timilsina Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Tyler Timmons Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kathryn Timson Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Chelsea Trice Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Heather Troxell B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Simone Tunstall Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Sierra Turtle Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jennifer Umbaugh Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Angel Vestal Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Hong Vo B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Zarlasht Wahidi Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Jenny Walters Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Ashley Washington Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Brittany Washington Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Darius Washington Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Taryne White B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Doretta Whitley Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Camille Williams Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Juanisha Williams Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Natasha Williams B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Shuntoria Wilson Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Cassy Winfrey Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • James Wingo Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Bo Winters B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Rediet Wrgesa Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Rachel Wright Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Lauren Yant Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Tilahun Yassin Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Ashlie York Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Bahgat Youwakeem Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kaveen Yunus Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science

College of Liberal Arts

  • Aaliyah Abdullah Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Hamid Abdullah Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Saran Ahmad Spratts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Aliah Aiken Bachelor of Science Music
  • Rance Allison Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Devin Amar Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tyrus Armour Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jenaun Armstrong Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Krystin Bandy Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Latoya Barefield Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Anthony Bass Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Kate Belardo Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Aeron Bess Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Blake Best Bachelor of Arts English
  • Brittiany Betts Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Whitney Bogard Bachelor of Science Art
  • Ronnie Bonham Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Marina Boutros Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Laneakia Bowling Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Jessica Bowman Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Jasmine Boyd Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Altonita Bradford Manning Bachelor of Science Communication
  • William Bratcher Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Antonio Briggs Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Charri Bronner Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Bernell Brooks Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Morgann Brown Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Rachel-Rebekah Brown Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Jessica Browning Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lydia Browning Bachelor of Science Music
  • Nathaniel Browning Bachelor of Science Music
  • Arica Brydie Bachelor of Arts English
  • Katisha Buford Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Zhaquay Caldwell Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Patrick Calvin Bachelor of Arts History
  • Narshika Campbell Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jillian Cantrell Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Zachary Carden Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Brittany Clark Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Tiffani Clark Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Rhonda Clay Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Clayborn Bachelor of Science Music
  • Courtney Clayton Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • James Clemmons Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Levorn Coe Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Christerpher Coleman Bachelor of Science Music
  • Shakira Contreras Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jaime Cooper Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Chantell Copeland Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Heather Cothron Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jonas Cottingham Bachelor of Arts English
  • Dameion Cowans Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • John Creson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Veronica Crockett Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Ellery Cunningham Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jolie Dalton Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Ulecia Daniel Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Tyla Daniels Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Rakita Davis Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Olivia Davis Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Thommye Davis Bachelor of Arts History
  • Sheneka Davis Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Erica De La Cruz Bachelor of Arts English
  • Rashad Derico Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Keron DeShields Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Makia Dixon Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Lauren Domzalski Bachelor of Science Art
  • Quannyce Donelson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Whitney Dozier Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Monica Dumas Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Brooke Earhart Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Rafael Echols Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Antoinette Edmonds Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Luba Elliott Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • SamQuan Evans Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Robert Ewing Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Bret Farestad Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Brandon Faught Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Temecca Fisher Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • LaFonda Fisher Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Desmond Fisher Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Daniel Fitzpatrick Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Chelsa Fletcher Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Mickey Franklin Bachelor of Arts English
  • Matthew Franz Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Archie French Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Joshua Frierson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Markeisha Gales Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Ryan Gammon Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Aysha Ganaway Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Courtney Gann Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tara Garrett Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Chelsea Gause Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Cara Glenn Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Whitney Graham Bachelor of Arts English
  • Lawanda Graham Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Tony Grant Bachelor of Science Art
  • Tierra Gray Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Felicia Green Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Robin Griffin Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Alex Griffin Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • James Grimes Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Martha Habib Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lisa Haile Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Darryl Hale Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Janee Hall Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Rick Hallbeck Bachelor of Arts English
  • Darrell Hardison Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Jasmine Hardnett Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Mardrequs Harris Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jasmine Harris Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Samantha Hartley Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tamika Harvey Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Kia Hassell Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Robert Hayes Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Junieshia Hemphill Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Haley Henson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Burble Hentz Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Allison Hesson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Shamika Higgins Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Willie High Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • John Hill Bachelor of Arts History
  • Michaiah Hinds Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Dustin Hines Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Sandra Hitchcox Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Leon Holderhead Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Monisha Holman Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lorenzo Holmes Bachelor of Science Music
  • Daniel Huisinga Bachelor of Arts English
  • Marion Hutton Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Senora Hyland Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Latoya Jackson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Dinsdale Jackson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Katelyn Jackson Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Anthony Jackson Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Kristen James Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Dimetrius James Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Cameron Jefferson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • James Jefferson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Mose Jobe Bachelor of Science Art
  • Jacquetta Johnson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Cierra Johnson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Joshua Johnson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Marrine Johnson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Michael Jones Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Daniel Jones Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Margaret Jones Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Delvin Jones Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Deandre Jones Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Kelsey Jones Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Catina Jordan Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Kazadi Kazadi Bachelor of Science Art
  • Kristy Kees Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • India Lackey Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Lanique Leach Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Derrin Lee Bachelor of Science Music
  • James Lewis Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Odessa Lewis Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jamal Lipscomb Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Romeon Littles Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Shannen Long Bachelor of Science Art
  • Christine Manning Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jarman Marcellus Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Artiaunna Maupins Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Amari Mcallister Bachelor of Arts English
  • Devante McClung Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Akyra Mccray Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Brandon Mcferren Bachelor of Arts English
  • Nathan McGill Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Brian McNeal Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Brian McNeal Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Allen-Michael McReynolds Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Marsha Merrimon Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Pierre Merritt Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Courtney Mickens Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Darrell Miller Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lauren Monmouth Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jasmine Moore Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Anthony Morris Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Marcus Morris Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Lucresia Neal Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Shansa Neils Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Donte’e Nicholls Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Krystal Nichols Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jasmine Nicholson Bachelor of Science Music
  • Tracy Noe Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Latara Northern Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Teanna Ohm Bachelor of Science Music
  • Felicia Oladokun Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Brittany Owens Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Michael Oystern Bachelor of Science Music
  • Shaunice Passmore Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Karen Patterson Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Donna Patton Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Shelby Perkins Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Eric Perkins Bachelor of Arts English
  • Nathaniel Perry Bachelor of Science Art
  • Steven Phillips Bachelor of Science Music
  • Jason Pillow Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Cheryl Pinkard Bachelor of Science Art
  • Paris Pittman Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Brittney Pope Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Christian Powell Bachelor of Arts English
  • Tyran Pryor Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Shemaiah Quarles Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Coryn Raibon Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Kaylee Ray Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lauren Reed Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Rosemary Reynolds Bachelor of Science Art
  • Daryl Rice Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Qunina Richardson Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Heather Ridgeway Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Daryl Ritchie Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Tiffany Robinson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Demetria Robinson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Amy Rogers Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Denissa Rogers-Giles Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Courtney Rouse Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Arianna Rubi Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Meagan Ryan Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Matthew Sanders Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Devin Sangster Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Alejandra Satisfield Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Javonta Seals Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Javonta Seals Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Felicia Shaffer Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tayler Shimizu Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Nazanin Shirani Bachelor of Science Art
  • Derek Sibley Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Daniel Silas Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Gabrielle Simmons Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Raven Simmons Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Paije Simon Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Thomas Smith Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Laura Smith Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Sarah Spillers Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Christina Stacey Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Jasmine Staten Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Ebony Stephens Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Sierra Stephens Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Antonio Stepp Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • JaQuita Stewart Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Shanyn Stokes Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Bradley Strode Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Taylor Sullivan Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Taylor Swayzer Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Ryan Tasker Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Ryan Taylor Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tyree Taylor Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Cherie Taylor Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Evony Thompson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Deidre Thornton Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Alston Thurman Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Adin Turkovic Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Mitchell Turner Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jade Ulmer Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jeffery Walton Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Semaj Wansley Bachelor of Science Music
  • Cameron Warner Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Alana Warren Bachelor of Arts English
  • James Weathers Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Lemuel Webb Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Chelonda Webster Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Natalie Wesson Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Michael West Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Travis Whitehead Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lakisha Whittaker Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Courtney Wilbourn Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Nicholas Wilder Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Jairus Williams Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Anastasia Williams Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Sean Williams Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Michael Williams Bachelor of Science Music
  • Marissa Winfrey Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tamiko Woodard Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Taylor Woods Bachelor of Science Communication
  • Britney Wright Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Ashley Young Bachelor of Science Art

College of Public Service and Urban Affairs

  • Suzy Abdelfarag Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Courtney Banks Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Shana Barber Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Connie Barbour Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Laura Bremer Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Rhondalyn Cash Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Brittany Coughlin Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Ebony Davis Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Rashad Demings Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Lashunte Duncan Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Tammy Foriest Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Brittany Harris Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Tamika Harvey Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Lalita Hodge Bachelor of Science Urban Studies
  • Victoria Hodges Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Mary Howard Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Eiko Lawrence Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Camille Mabry Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Sheena Nutt Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Daphne Ols Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Jasmine Perdue Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Erica Richardson Bachelor of Science Urban Studies
  • Nicholas Sharpe Bachelor of Science Urban Studies
  • Briana Shaw Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Charissa Shuttlesworth Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Jazmyne Singleton Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Birtha Street Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Tonya Thomas Bachelor of Science Urban Studies
  • Shannon Thompson Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • James Vaughan Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Jameyuh Walker Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Raven Warren Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Chasity White Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • DeMarcus Williams Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Ashley Woodson Bachelor of Science Sociology

Academic Honors

Cum Laude

  • Amal Abdi College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering
  • Hamid Abdullah College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Margaret Adams-Johnson College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Aliah Aiken College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • Patrick Akers College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • John Allsbrooks College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Zelalem Amare College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Nakisha Anderson College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Tara Anthony College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Maria Arbelaez-Lopez College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Stephanie Austin College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Michael Austin College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Krystin Bandy College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Breyuna Bartee College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Mary Bennett College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Blake Best College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts English
  • Demetrius Buck College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Matthew Campbell College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Elijah Carter College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Akamard Chansuthus College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Authur Chapman College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Sara Chrisman College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Amber Coleman College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Charles Commodore College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Chantell Copeland College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Jared Coulter College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • George Davis College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Mahedere Demessie College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Imani Donald College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Somer Dones College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Raven Dotson College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Danielle Dunn College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Antoinette Edmonds College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Kaitlin Ellis College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Eliana Elly College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Micheal Estany College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Lauren Evans College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Diarra Fall College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Merna Farag College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Brandon Faught College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Heather Fiedler College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Tammy Foriest College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Matthew Franz College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Courtney Gann College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Shava Garrett College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Amy Garrison College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Tracey Gibbs College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Christina Gomez College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Jane Grant College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Melinda Green College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Whitney Griffin College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Vahin Haji College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Amanda Harris College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Haley Henson College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Joe Hill College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Jordan Hill College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Selina Hilliard College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Michaiah Hinds College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Michaiah Hinds College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Sandra Hitchcox College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Courtney Hix College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Leon Holderhead College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Georgio Holston College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Merna Ibrahim College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Courtney Ingram College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Veman Ismail College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Nahom Iyob College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Sheneka Jackson College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • De’onte Jackson College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Anthony Jackson College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Marrine Johnson College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Trafawn Johnson College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Adrienne Joiner College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Tissanie Jones College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Kazadi Kazadi College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art
  • Oluwat’aye King College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Monica Lemons College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Camille Mabry College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Dena Masoud College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • ShaCora McCoy College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Courtney Mickens College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Ahmed Mohamed College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Information System
  • Lauren Monmouth College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Rebecca Moore College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Shantia Morgan College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Whitney Myles College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kayla Nickens College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Sheena Nutt College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Brittany Orpurt College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Carter Patterson College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • William Payne College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Natasha Pedigo College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Cheryl Pinkard College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art
  • Rashad Powell College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Aeronautical and Industrial Technology
  • Stella Prigmore College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Kiara Rainey College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Sara Raiszadeh College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Kaylee Ray College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Onika Richmond Hibbler College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Denissa Rogers-Giles College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Denissa Rogers-Giles College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Scharonda Rose College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Courtney Rouse College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Arianna Rubi College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Professional Studies
  • Tony Sanchez College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Computer Science
  • Jasmine Scott College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ebony Searcy College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Care Admin and Planning
  • Kavon Seay College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Heather Seldat College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Dejuan Sharp College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Raven Simmons College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Khesa Smiley College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Ellenor Smith College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Monica Sorensen College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Sarah Spillers College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • LaChrissa Stanley College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • James Swann College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Samantha Thomas College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Shannon Thompson College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Annie Tran College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Simone Tunstall College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Rodger Waynick College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Rebecca Welch College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Rebecca Welch College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Shaniquia Williams College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Mathematical Sciences
  • James Wingo College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Rediet Wrgesa College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Rachel Wright College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Tilahun Yassin College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene

Magna Cum Laude

  • Saran Ahmad Spratts College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Muflih Alqahtani College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Ashley Anderson College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Jared Asher College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Janki Bant College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Connie Barbour College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Steven Barrett College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Kate Belardo College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Aeron Bess College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Zuheily Bonilla College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • William Bratcher College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Laura Bremer College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Leddya Brown College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Accounting
  • Kathleen Burnett College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Economics and Finance
  • Rhonda Clay College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Taylor Clayborn College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • James Clemmons College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Jaime Cooper College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Heather Cothron College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Brittany Coughlin College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Kiara Curry College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Ulecia Daniel College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Modou Diouf College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Brooke Earhart College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Amadou Fall College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Chemistry
  • Amanda Freels College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Aysha Ganaway College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Nyani Golden-Brown College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Whitney Graham College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts English
  • Tony Grant College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art
  • Nichole Grant College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • James Grimes College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Carrie Hall College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Eric Hall College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Physics
  • Rick Hallbeck College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts English
  • Toni Hallman College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Family and Consumer Science
  • Calvin Harris College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Andrew Hart College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Samantha Hartley College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Kia Hassell College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Cindy Hernandez College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Allison Hesson College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Alexis Hicks College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Daniel Huisinga College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts English
  • Da Ne Irvin College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Megan Jamar College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Tya Johnson College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Keyawna Majors College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Erin Malone College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Courtney Martin College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Qunisha Mckee College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Christeen Mikhail College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Bria Monk College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Benjamin Morton College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Jean-Bosco Munyaneza College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Fatimatu Musah College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Tanya Nelson College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Nursing
  • Amy Oaks College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Shana O’Brien College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Ronald Oniszczak College of Engineering Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering
  • Melissa Raimey College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Cierra Rowe College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Matthew Sanders College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Bayan Sankari College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Alejandra Satisfield College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Beatrice Scalf College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Agricultural Sciences
  • Emal Sharif College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science
  • Brittney Shaw College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Early Childhood Education
  • Nazanin Shirani College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art
  • Charissa Shuttlesworth College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Sociology
  • Laura Smith College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • LaKesha Smith College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • James Vaughan College of Public Service and Urban Affairs Bachelor of Science Social Work
  • Hong Vo College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Andjoua Williams College of Education Bachelor of Science Psychology
  • Kaveen Yunus College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Cardiorespiratory Care Science

Summa Cum Laude

  • Dejin Ali College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Information Management
  • Jennifer Allen College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Chandni Bant College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Kaitlyn Boggs College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Jacoby Brewer College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Rachel-Rebekah Brown College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Lydia Browning College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • Nathaniel Browning College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • Lindsay Buena College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Zachary Carden College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Tiffani Clark College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Eduardo Constantino College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • John Creson College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Ellery Cunningham College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tyla Daniels College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Moussa Diouf College of Health Sciences B.S. in Nursing Nursing
  • Lauren Domzalski College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art
  • Whitney Dozier College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Luba Elliott College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Carla Gibbs College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Kevin Goolsby College of Engr Tech & Com Sci Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering
  • Lisa Haile College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Kelsey Jones College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Isabella Kearney College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Health Sciences
  • Olivia Laster College of Business Bachelor of Business Administration Business Administration
  • Mariah Leaman College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Krystal Nichols College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Teanna Ohm College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • Ashlie Pittman College of Health Sciences Associate of Applied Science Dental Hygiene
  • Derek Platt College of Agric Hum & Nat Sciences Bachelor of Science Biology
  • Christian Powell College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts English
  • Daryl Ritchie College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Arts Communication
  • Amy Rogers College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Tayler Shimizu College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Rebekah Sindell College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene
  • Taylor Swayzer College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences
  • Chelsea Trice College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science Human Performance and Sport Science
  • Adin Turkovic College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Political Science
  • Travis Whitehead College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice
  • Michael Williams College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Music
  • Adriann Wilson College of Engr Tech & Com Sci Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering
  • Ashley Young College of Liberal Arts Bachelor of Science Art

 

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3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
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About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 45 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.

Taraji P. Henson to Share HBCU Experience with Students, Community March 24

Taraji P. Henson PhotoNASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – Academy Award-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson will visit the Tennessee State University campus, Tuesday, March 24 to speak to students, faculty, staff and the community about the HBCU experience and how the HBCU journey shaped her life and prepared her for her future acting career.

Henson showed her love for the performing arts while still at a young age and tried unsuccessfully to apply to a performing arts high school. Instead she attended Oxon High School, graduating in 1988.

She spent her first year in college studying electrical engineering at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. After failing pre-calculus, Henson transferred to Howard University, where she studied theater. At the same time, Henson was working two jobs—one as a secretary at the Pentagon and another as a cruise-ship entertainer. At Howard, she honed her singing, dancing and acting skills, proudly earning herself a “Triple Threat Scholarship.”

Henson is one of many celebrities who attended an HBCU who are now discussing the importance of Historically Black Universities and Colleges. Celebrities who have attended HBCUs include filmmaker Will Packer, who attended Florida A&M University, R&B singer Erykah Badu, who attended Grambling University, Hip-Hop performer Common, who attended Florida A&M, and Oprah Winfrey, who graduated from Tennessee State University.

Henson will address the student body and community in Kean Hall beginning at 1 p.m. followed by a master-level class in the Forum beginning at 2 p.m.

 

 

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Tennessee State University
3500 John Merritt Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37209
615.963.5331

About Tennessee State University

With more than 9,000 students, Tennessee State University is Nashville’s only public university, and is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant university offering 42 undergraduate, 24 graduate and seven doctoral programs. TSU has earned a top 20 ranking for Historically Black Colleges and Universities according to U.S. News and World Report, and rated as one of the top universities in the country by Washington Monthly for social mobility, research and community service. Founded in 1912, Tennessee State University celebrated 100 years in Nashville during 2012. Visit the University online at tnstate.edu.