Huntingdon Announces Class of 2021 Graduates

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On May 29 more than 185 traditional day graduates collected their diplomas as members of the Huntingdon College Class of 2021. Each graduate earned the Bachelor of Arts degree. Another 60 members of the Huntingdon College Evening Bachelor's Degree Program completed their degrees and graduated with the Class of 2021 the same day. These graduates entered Huntingdon College having earned prior credit toward their bachelor's degrees and completed their coursework for the Huntingdon College Bachelor of Science degree at one of ten locations in Alabama. The following local students graduated with the Class of 2021 traditional day program: Leonard Owen Turner III, biology, Fairhope Christopher Ian Bishop, history and religion, Fairhope, Cum Laude Kathryn Margaret Dewey, exercise science, Fairhope, Summa Cum Laude Jordan Henley Turner, biology and business administration, Fairhope Kathleen Mary Cox, psychology, Foley Claire Virginia Tomberlin, psychology, Spanish Fort Local members of the Class of 2021, Evening Bachelor's Degree Program, are as follows: Anna Cheryl Holt, business management, Bay Minette , Cum Laude Mary SuzAnne Presley, criminal justice, Bay Minette, Magna Cum Laude Larry D Adams, criminal justice, Bay Minette, Magna Cum Laude Carlee Lynn DiMarco, business management, Bay Minette, Magna Cum Laude Deborah Michelle Webb, business management, Bay Minette, Magna Cum Laude Jameika Natoya Clark, business management, Daphne Cassie Mae Louise Touchstone, criminal justice, Elberta, Cum Laude Julie Elaine Barker, business management, Fairhope, Cum Laude Christopher Lee Robinson, business management, Fairhope Hannah Courington, business management – health management, Foley , Magna Cum Laude Kathryn Nicole Graham, business management, Foley, Cum Laude Nicole Walters, business management, Foley Cynthia Hicks, business management, Robertsdale Lauren Patrick Crawford, business management, Silverhill, Cum Laude Sharika S. Means, criminal justice, Silverhill Latin honors were awarded as follows: · Cum Laude: GPA of at least 3.5 with at least 45 graded hours at Huntingdon; · Magna Cum Laude: GPA of at least 3.75 with at least 45 graded hours at Huntingdon; and · Summa Cum Laude: These students were awarded the Margaret Read Scholarship Medal for achieving the highest GPA in the Class of 2021. Huntingdon College, grounded in the Judeo-Christian tradition of the United Methodist Church, is committed to nurturing growth in faith, wisdom, and service and to graduating individuals prepared to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Founded in 1854, Huntingdon is a residential coeducational liberal arts college.