President Miller stands at lectern in regalia

Mississippi University for Women has announced the list of candidates to be conferred with degrees during the Fall Commencement Ceremony on December 2, 2022.




DEGREE CANDIDATES

| Master of Arts| Master of Arts in Teaching | Master of Business Administration | Master of Fine Arts | |

| Bachelor of Arts | Bachelor of Applied ScienceBachelor of Business Administration | Bachelor of Fine Arts | Bachelor of Music | Bachelor of Professional Studies | Bachelor of Science | Bachelor of Science in Nursing |

| Candidates for Degrees with Honors | Candidates with Latin Honors |

Master of Arts

Grace Gillespie
Mileka Ontiyana Nelson

Master of Arts in Teaching

Mitchill Bohon
Anna E. Wood

Master of Business Administration

Bailey Beaird
Leah Marie Boiardi
Jeremy Monts
Elizabeth Michelle Zettler

Master of Fine Art

Mary K. Armbrester
Jessica Calvert
Anthony Cimino-Johnson
Dominique Frederick
Susan Elizabeth Kelejian
Kelly Pate
Madison Rhodes

Bachelor of Arts

Kaitlan R. Dillon
April Johnson
Tonya M. Rowland
Jordan Alexis Taylor

Bachelor of Applied Sciences

Donna Ealy Banks
Jerlisa Michelle Bell
Rebecca S. Canull
Adrian L. Divinity
Amanda Golden
Maggie Ann Grady
Lillie C. Greenlaw
Christopher Lee Jackson
Bionca V. Johnson
Charles Al Lawton
Brittany P. Menshy
Angela Mingo
Zavier Marcel Minor
Jennifer Morales
Ashley Pearson
Salvador Perez
Michael Prater
Lee-Anna Grace Richey
Katelyn Sumner
Ciara Thompson
Jarod Wescovich

Bachelor of Business Administration

Cody R. Brewington
Anna Grace Butler
Megan Shan Butterfield
Taylor Ariana Chandler
Bradford Clarke
Dalton Eugene Cohea
Jackson T. Covington
Jessica Deming
Maranda M. Diggs
Amie Leigh Dowe
Chelsie Deon Elliott
Reayana Nashea Gardner
Kalaysha M. Gavin
Rebecca Gregory
Shelby Elizabeth Harrington
Sarah Jackson
Chelsea Ann Jones
Bret Harden Linton
Blair Ward McCleskey
Ariel Monique McKnight
Alexis J. Miller
Emma Newman
Christopher J. Oglesby
Justice Wray Preston
Danielle Denise Richardson
Alyssa K. Riddley
Luiz Antonio Aranda Riedlinger dos Santos
Anna Claire Stahl
Karley B. Stevens
Hannah Katherine Taylor
Jacquette Alonzo Young

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Lexie Ava
Justin Dashaun Carson
Myles M. Moye
Dominique Wells
Georgia R. Wood

Bachelor of Music

Benny Garrison
Lydia Claire Lowery
Kelly A. Williams

Bachelor of Professional Studies

Danielle Lashurn Clay
Audrea Sykes Minor
Annie C. Praytor
Laquita Rochelle Sturdivant
Sam Watford

Bachelor of Science

Jaala A. Addison
Madeline C. Allsup
Allyson Nicole Barber
Mariah Patrice Beckom
Ravyn Renee Bishop
Devenique Bolden
Autumn Buckley
Leslie Michelle Burns
Christian Renee Cain
Kimia Simone Cole
Dawson Crawford
Cynthia Denise Cunningham
Lynnzie Shawniece Dean
Jillian Dutcher
Lindsey Robin Evans
Hallie Nicole Goodwin
Terraline M. Green
Maria Hernandez
Ethan C. Holley
Nyishi V. Howard
Harleigh Carter Kelly
Rebecca Kimbrough
Kelly C. Leonard
Audrey Elizabeth Littlejohn
Keiā€™Asia Lasha McGee
Aaliyah Raine McPhail
Madison G. Morgan
William G. Mullenix
Cassidy Hope Murphy
Lauren Nykole Newson
Kelsey D. Oliver
Wendy Parker
Holly Elizabeth Parson
Eddie T. Redmond
Hillary Reeves
Brittney Renea Renfroe
Karen Saffold
Asahel Salgado
Nicole Seals
Ryan James Smith
Haley G. Speaks
Emily Gracie Thompson
Jacob Noel Vickers
Arenzo Devon Walker
Rokila Renea Wallace
Anaya Keiasha Walters
Makayla Danielle Washington
Alexis Wharton
Makayla Williams
Anna Grace Wilson
Layla Thamou Wilson

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Jalena Allen
TaKoia Tyshiona Armstead
Daysha Boyd
Ashley Brown
Chloe Michelle Burke
Charlene Hornsby Cooke
Alexis R. Frasher
Kendra N. Gray
Rakeshia Hines
Shelby Claire Holloway
Sheila T. Jones
Tonya R. Jones
Breanna F. Lopez
Kimberly W McEwen
Porsha B. Pole
Grecia Ringo
Ella G. Robertson
Diamond Solita Smart
Megan Strange
Jessica Sullivan
Tybrisha M. Thedford
Mirion Alexandria Thompson
Nicole L. Williams
Briana BreeAl Wilson
Breanna Faith Yarbrough

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREE WITH HONORS

Katelyn Sumner
Honors in Public Health Education

LATIN HONORS

Magna Cum Laude (3.80 to 3.94 GPA)

Leslie Michelle Burns
Megan Shan Butterfield
Lillie C. Greenlaw
Brittany P. Menshy
Katelyn Sumner
Emily Gracie Thompson

Cum Laude (3.50 to 3.79 GPA)

Madeline C. Allsup
Daysha Boyd
Ashley Brown
Charlene Hornsby Cooke
Jessica Deming
Amie Leigh Dowe
Lindsey Robin Evans
Benny Garrison
Kalaysha M. Gavin
Hallie Nicole Goodwin
Rebecca Gregory
Maria Hernandez
Shelby Claire Holloway
Christopher Lee Jackson
Bionca V. Johnson
Bret Harden Linton
Blair Ward McCleskey
Aaliyah Raine McPhail
Audrea Sykes Minor
Emma Newman
Christopher J. Oglesby
Ashley Pearson
Danielle Denise Richardson
Lee-Anna Grace Richey
Alyssa K. Riddley
Grecia Ringo
Ryan James Smith
Anna Claire Stahl
Karley B. Stevens
Megan Strange
Hannah Katherine Taylor
Jacob Noel Vickers
Alexis Wharton
Kelly A. Williams
Makayla Williams
Anna Grace Wilson
Layla Thamou Wilson

Latin honors based on MUW and Overall GPA as of August 1, 2022 for first baccalaureate degrees only. Some honors may change based on the final GPA.

About The W

Located in historic Columbus, Mississippi, The W was founded in 1884 as the first state-supported college for women in the United States. Today, the university is home to 2,339 students in more than 70 majors and concentrations and has educated men for 40 years. The university is nationally recognized for low student debt, diversity and social mobility which empowers students to BE BOLD.

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