Marissa Bryan among 700 students in CCU’s new Honors College
The HTC Honors College and Center for Interdisciplinary Studies was established at Coastal Carolina University on Oct. 12, and the 700 students who had been accepted into the University’s honors program are now the first students housed in the new college.
Among those students who are now a part of the HTC Honors College is Marissa Bryan, a political science major from Suffolk.
The HTC Honors College and Center for Interdisciplinary Studies will feature many new initiatives and a revised curriculum. It will support students who have ties to majors and departments across campus: from honors students to interdisciplinary studies students, who build their own, innovative academic majors. In addition, the college will continue to support and advise undeclared first-year students as they select and transition into their major.
The board of trustees approved the establishment of an honors college at CCU in February, a year after the provost charged the CCU Honors Council with developing a proposal for a well-defined and innovative program consistent with the University’s commitment to excellence and vision for student achievement and success.
JMU announces summer graduates
James Madison University recently announced the following Suffolk students who graduated during the Aug. 4 commencement exercises:
Orquidea Aleagha graduated with a degree in biology.
Kanchan Alexandra Woods graduated with a degree in media arts and design.
Lauren Alexandra Joyner graduated with a degree in health sciences.
Nyerra Shania Akai Green graduated with a degree in health services administration.
Curtis Zee Oliver graduated with a degree in hospitality management.
The students were among more than 730 students who received undergraduate, master’s, educational specialist and doctoral degrees.