Lowndes County natives graduate Troy University

Published 7:11 pm Monday, June 17, 2024

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Troy University has announced the graduation of students who fulfilled their academic requirements during the Spring Semester and Term 4 of the 2023-2024 academic year. The announcement encompasses graduates from the main campus in Troy as well as those from Troy’s additional campuses in Dothan, Phenix City, and Montgomery, including teaching sites outside Alabama and online programs.

Among the graduates are several students from the local area, including Amber Wynn of Letohatchee and Kemafia Coleman from Hayneville.

Additionally, Deidra Smith, Bonnie-Kathryn Till, Noah Lovvorn and Alexandria Albritton of Greenville joined Jonathan Sheffield and Bre’Shunna Smith-Posey of Georgiana in earning their degree during the commencement ceremony.

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From Crenshaw County, graduates include Milan Stockinger, Collin Williamson, Samuel Weed and Emma Hurst, all of Brantley and Luverne natives Carmen Tate, Joshua Hermeling, MacKenzie Helms, Anna Lowe and Rebecca Billings.

During the May commencement ceremony, keynote speaker and state Senator Arthur Orr challenged graduates to achieve matters of lasting importance.

“…my challenge to you today is to earn the sacrifices of those who went before you and for those who paid dearly for the freedoms we enjoy,” Orr said. “I challenge you to live a life well lived with no regrets…to reflect more, risk more and seek to achieve matters of lasting importance.”

Troy University, known for its historic and international presence, serves 22,500 students and boasts a network of 154,000 alumni worldwide. The university attracts students with its quality academic programs, affordable costs, and the availability of financial aid. It is also recognized for its exceptional faculty and the flexibility of both in-class and online learning options.

Students at the Troy, Ala. campus experience a traditional college environment, while adult learners at the Dothan, Montgomery, and Phenix City campuses receive focused support tailored to their needs. This commitment extends globally through various teaching sites and online programs, ensuring a comprehensive educational experience for all.

Troy University remains dedicated to fostering academic excellence and providing opportunities for personal and professional growth, as evidenced by the achievements of its Spring 2023-2024 graduates.