Brenau University graduated more than 450 undergraduate and graduate students during its winter commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 17, in Pearce Auditorium on the historic Gainesville campus.
Chaquon Lenise Castle, of Covington, attended the Gainesville campus and graduated with a B.A. degree in legal studies & conflict resolution.
Andrea Elizabeth Cooper, of Covington, attended online and graduated with a M.B.A. degree in project management.
Lindsay Elaine Stovall, of Oxford, attended the Gainesville campus and graduated with a B.S.N. degree in nursing.
Founded in 1878, Brenau University is a private, not-for-profit nationally prominent comprehensive institution of higher education that enrolls students in graduate and undergraduate studies on campuses and online.
Gainesville-based Brenau includes the residential Women's College, which represents the academic and philosophical underpinnings of the liberal arts university. Brenau also provides coeducational opportunities through the doctoral level, including on-ground programs in Gainesville and other Georgia locales: Augusta, Kings Bay, Norcross and Fairburn, as well as Jacksonville, Florida. Brenau University offers doctorates in nursing, occupational therapy and physical therapy, a terminal M.F.A. in interior design, specialist in education, master's, bachelor's and associate's degrees as well as professional certifications.
The Women's College boasts 14 nationally competitive intercollegiate Golden Tigers sports teams, national honor societies and national sororities with dedicated residential facilities on campus. The university provides outlets for artistic expression and community service for all students.
Brenau possesses an extensive and distinctive permanent collection of art and presents year-round programming that includes art exhibitions, lectures, debates and literary readings, and theatrical and musical performances. www.brenau.edu.