HARRISONBURG, VA (01/10/2019)-- James Madison University was pleased to graduate more than 930 members of the campus community during commencement ceremonies that took place in December 2018.
The top three most popular undergraduate majors were nursing, health sciences and hospitality management. Of the students in graduate programs, 142 received master's degrees and 16 received doctoral degrees. The top three programs for graduate students were physician assistant studies, occupational therapy and education.
Gabrielle Pitchko, of Medford, earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies.
Alison LaMaina, of Haddonfield, earned a degree in Nursing.
Julietta Verish, of Marlton, earned a degree in Nursing.
Michael Hemberger, of Marlton, earned a degree in Sport & Recreation Management.
Katherine Rodenhaver, of Haddonfield, earned a degree in Nursing.
Jaclyn Wyszynski, of Mount Laurel, earned a degree in Nursing.
Rachel Brasco, of Mickleton, earned a degree in Chemistry.
James Madison University offers each student a future of significance -- not an education of mere prestige, but an extraordinary education of exceptional scholarship, inventive thinking, unparalleled attention to the world community, a university-wide enthusiasm for teaching, and a commitment to student success.