Adult Studies Graduates Celebrate with Reception
May 02, 2008
The Mount Union College adult studies program students have put much hard work and dedication toward their studies and were honored for their accomplishments with a reception at the Hoover-Price Campus Center.
Linda Bigham, an information systems major and accounting minor of Sebring, started taking classes at Mount Union in 1999. She is an administrative assistant in the Department of Education at Mount Union and was an Alliance High School graduate. She always thought it would be great to go to Mount Union and will make that dream a reality at Commencement on May 11.
Laurie Lipely, an environmental biology major and information systems minor of Alliance, started taking classes at the College in 2000. Thanks to her education, she now works for the City of Alliance Water Department. She completed her studies in December, but will be officially recognized at the 2008 Commencement.
Tammy Anderson, a business administration major with a human resources concentration and sociology minor of North Canton, started taking classes at Mount Union in 2001. She already had a degree from Virginia Marti College of fashion merchandising. While at Mount Union, she got married, had a baby and worked full-time. She is also a December graduate.
Tim Rowland, a psychology and sociology major of Alliance, started taking classes in 1996 and graduated in December.