Troy University announces Spring/Term 4 graduates from Lee County

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Troy University is pleased to recognize students who completed the requirements for graduation during the Spring Semester and Term 4 of the 2019/2020 academic year. The Spring Semester includes graduates from the Troy, Ala., campus. Term 4 graduates include students at TROY’s campuses in Dothan, Phenix City and Montgomery, Ala., along with teaching sites outside of Alabama and online.

Local students who graduated include:

– Ryan Aker of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Christopher Allen of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Katherine Alsup of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

– Adrianna Anthony of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Danielle Baker of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Payton Barnette of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Tanner Blatt of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Denise Brownlee of Smiths Station with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Brooke Burns of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Kaitlyn Carlisle of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Shakeria Cheatham of Birmingham with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Kaylan Colvin of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

– Donna Cook of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Deependra Eependra of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Paris Fountain of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Aaron Fox of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

– Ladashia Foy of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Camille Franks of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Collin Frase of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Brennan Gonzalez of Phenix City with a Graduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Briana Hardie of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Lindsay Hood of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Shelia Leverette of Auburn with a graduate degree from the College of Education

– Charles Lewis of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Nicolle Lynk of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Shonta Martin of Auburn with a graduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

– Sikuria McCurdy of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Mary Medina of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Carrie Miller of Smiths Station with a graduate degree from the College of Education

– Ja’Tarius Moore of Salem with a graduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Dylan Munnerlyn of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Joshua Murphy of Cusseta with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Margaret O’Toole of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Markel Patterson of Smiths Station with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Mary Preavy of Salem with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Kristi Rendleman of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Lauren Revels of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Patrice Ross of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Tanya Scott of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

– Cody Scrimpshire of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Samantha Shanks of Auburn with a graduate degree from the College of Education

– Anthony Smith of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Juan Venegas of Auburn with an undergraduate degree from the College of Communication and Fine Arts

– Denise Walker of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Baylee Walls of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Christopher Washington of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Tara Webb of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the College of Health and Human Services

– Judith Williamson of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Arts and Sciences

– Valerie Woldridge of Phenix City with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Charlette Woodard of Smiths Station with an undergraduate degree from the College of Education

– Christopher Yountz of Opelika with an undergraduate degree from the Sorrell College of Business

About Troy University

Troy University is a public, historic, international university with 22,500 students and 154,000 alumni. Students choose TROY for its quality academic programs, reasonable costs and availability of financial aid, outstanding faculty and flexible in-class and online class offerings. Students on the Troy, Ala. campus enjoy a traditional college experience, while adult students are the centers of attention at campuses in Dothan, Montgomery and Phenix City, Ala., as well as at locations around the world and online.

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