Area students graduate from UA
Special to the Enquirer
The University of Alabama awarded some 1,650 degrees during fall 2022 commencement Dec. 10 at Coleman Coliseum.
A recent economic analysis found that a degree from The University of Alabama can pay more over time than investments in United States stock market indexes. The University provides numerous opportunities for service and growth to help prepare future generations through its educational, cultural and social experiences. UA is not only home to competitive academic programs, expert faculty and a beautiful campus, but it is also the place Where Legends Are Made.
Students listed as candidates to receive bachelor degrees include from Hartselle are Hannah G. Bevis, Robert L. Godsey, Arianna E. Jackson, Jacob Christopher Wasill, Jordan E. Hale, Trevor L. Souther, and Anthony M. Filoromo; from Danville, Kaylee Nicole Roche; and from Decatur, Mary E Helms, Jackson Todd Parker, Preston Thomas Grover, Anfernee D. Wallace, Lucy C. Weirich, Victoria Anne Potter, Tessa Kaitlin Moody, and James. D. Howell.