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Three local students earn degrees from Troy

Troy University honored more than 700 graduates on Friday, May 9, during spring commencement inside Trojan Arena on the Troy Campus.

The following local students were among those to receive degrees:

•Victoria Scott of Demopolis

•Johnnie Seanor of Sweet Water

•Tate Stokley of Sweet Water

Troy University is a public, internationally recognized institution serving a broad range of students on four campuses in Alabama, online and around the world, providing a wide variety of academic programs from the associate to the doctoral level. Founded in 1887, with the motto “Educate the mind to think, the heart to feel, and the body to act,”

Troy University’s continuing mission is to prepare future leaders through teaching the importance of service to the community. With in-class and online programs in fields like business, education, nursing, computer science, and criminal justice, students can pursue an in-demand education with a university that continues to receive accolades from the nation’s top publications.

Troy has been recognized by the Princeton Review as “one of the best in the Southeast,” by U.S. News & World Report as “one of the top universities in the South,” and by Military Times as “a top university for troops.”