Local students graduate from Ohio Christian University


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CIRCLEVILLE — Local students recently graduated from Ohio Christian University, including:

Shay Adkins of Washington Court House, graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in early childhood education.

Kenneth Berry of Bloomingburg graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Tracy Bradley of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Mark Branham of Greenfield graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in criminal justice.

Dreama Brown of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Christine Butler of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Julie Coil of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in marketing.

Joseph Dinkins of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business: healthcare management.

Chase Enochs of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business.

David Hamilton of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in organizational leadership.

Hayley Hesler of Jamestown graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in emergency & disaster management and business.

Brenda Hull of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of science in nursing.

Tiphany Kennedy of South Solon graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in criminal justice.

Amber Mather of Leesburg graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Tanner Mick of Washington Court House graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in interdisciplinary studies.

Betsy Miller of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of science in nursing.

Christopher Parker of Greenfield (45123) graduated from Ohio Christian University with a(an) Master of Business Administration in .

Sherry Parker of Greenfield graduated from Ohio Christian University with a master of business administration.

Crystal Perkins of New Holland graduated from Ohio Christian University with an associate of arts in human services.

Jessica Simmons of Greenfield graduated from Ohio Christian University with an associate of arts in human services.

Ethan Skowronski of Mt. Sterling graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in sport management & business. Skowronski is a member of the Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society.

Brian Smith of Greenfield graduated from Ohio Christian University with an associate of arts in pastoral ministry.

Robert Stratton of Mount Sterling graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in criminal justice.

Kevin Vanzant of Sabina graduated from Ohio Christian University with an associate of arts in agribusiness.

David Walden of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in pastoral care & counseling.

Andrea Williams of Jeffersonville graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in psychology.

Daniel Yeoman of Washington Court House graduated from Ohio Christian University with a bachelor of arts in business management.

Ohio Christian University is committed to offering a complete education that develops students intellectually, professionally and spiritually. OCU offers degree programs for residential undergraduate students, graduate students, and adult and online students.

Additionally, students can participate in OnlinePlus which provides undergraduate classes online with the option of participating in for-credit enrichment experiences on campus or abroad. The Trailblazer Academy allows high school students to complete college classes. All programs are designed to equip students to become leaders in their careers, communities, families and the world.

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