Local students among graduates from Central Methodist University

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

FAYETTE, Mo. ó†Over 490 Central Methodist University students graduated in May through CMUís main campus in Fayette, extended locations, and online programs.

The following are graduates from local areas:

Taylor Baker from Puxico, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology

Matthew Blissett from Oran, who studied at CMUís main campus in Fayette and earned a Bachelor of Science in athletic training

Heather Brooks from Dexter, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology

Aimee Eftink from Oran, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing

Alexa Garner from Commerce, who studied in Sikeston and earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology

Stephanie Geohagan from Bernie, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in business

Samantha Huckeby from Bloomfield, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in elementary education

Matthew Jackson from Puxico, who studied in Poplar Bluff and earned a Bachelor of Science in education (special education)

Taylor Keys from Chaffee, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing

Julie Presley from Sikeston, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing

Erin Robison from Advance, who studied in Poplar Bluff and earned a Bachelor of Music Education

Harley Slusher from Dudley, who studied online and earned a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice

Chelsea Wilson from Puxico, who studied in Poplar Bluff and earned a Bachelor of Science in Education (middle school - science)

Since its founding in 1854, CMU has evolved into a university that confers masterís, bachelorís and associateís degrees through programming on its main campus in Fayette, Mo., and through extension sites and online.