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Five from Columbia graduate from Campbellsville University

Campbellsville University had a record 558 graduates in May of 2017; 760 for academic year. Degrees were bestowed over the course of four separate ceremonies last Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13th, 2017.

The Honorable Max Wise, Kentucky State Senator, 16th Senatorial District, 1997 Campbellsville University graduate and former faculty member in political science, addressed the graduates at both Saturday ceremonies, before receiving an honorary doctorate of public service at the second ceremony.

The five graduates from Columbia are:

  • Laticia Baker, who received an Associate Degree in Nursing

  • Jakob Turner, who received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Education, P-12

  • Ashley Goodin, who received a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Area

  • Devan Bishop, who received a Master of Arts in Music

  • Sarah Dean, who received a Master of Arts in Education in Teacher Leader



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Devon Bishop receives MA in Music at CU commencement



2017-05-15 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Drew Tucker.
Devon Bishop of Columbia received his Master of Arts in Music in the 2016-17 commencement service. For the academic year, a total of 760 students will graduate upon completion of all academic requirements.

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Turner receives BA in Spanish Education from CU



2017-05-16 - Campbellsville University - Photo by Joshua Williams.
Stephen Jakob Turner of Columbia, KY received his Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Education from Campbellsville University in the May 12, 2017 commencement ceremonies.

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