Lions Football Earns FCS Top 25 Ranking

The Lions football team has been ranked 19th in the recently released 2022 Athlon Sports FCS Preseason Top 25.

Southeastern, one of six teams to be ranked in the final FCS top 25 polls in each of the past three seasons, is the lone Southland Conference school represented in the poll. The entire poll can be viewed at

Southeastern will be looking to advance to the postseason for the second straight season and third time in the past four years. The football team returns 11 All-Southland performers from a 2021 squad that advanced to the second round of the NCAA FCS Playoffs.

The Lions report back to the campus on Aug. 4 with the team’s first practice set for Aug. 5. Southeastern will open the 2022 season with a 6 p.m. game Sept. 3 at UL Lafayette. The five-game home schedule begins with a 6 p.m. Sept. 17 contest versus Central Connecticut State and includes visits from Murray State (Oct. 1, 6 p.m. – Hall of Fame Game), Southland newcomer Texas A&M-Commerce (Oct. 8, 4 p.m. – Homecoming), HBU (Nov. 5, 6 p.m.) and Northwestern State (Nov. 12, 6 p.m.).

2022 Athlon Sports FCS Preseason Top 25
1. North Dakota State
2. South Dakota State
3. Montana
4. Montana State
5. Missouri State
6. Sacramento State
7. Southern Illinois
8. Villanova
9. Kennesaw State
10. Stephen F. Austin
11. Holy Cross
12. Chattanooga
13. Weber State
14. Rhode Island
15. Eastern Washington
16. UIW
17. Mercer
18. ETSU
19. Southeastern
20. Delaware
21. Northern Iowa
22. Jackson State
23. William & Mary
24. Eastern Kentucky
25. Elon

Bringing Home Emmy Awards for Documentary and Film

Students at the University’s Southeastern Channel have been honored by the Emmys with two college division Student Production Awards given by the Emmy Awards’ Suncoast Region of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Dylan Domangue of Houma was a winner in the “Non-Fiction- Long Form” category, while John Austin Williams of Denham Springs won for “Director.” Both have been honored by the Emmys multiple times.

The students and their productions were honored in the Emmy Suncoast Region comprised of television stations and production companies in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Puerto Rico. Students at the Southeastern Channel have now been named Emmy winners 22 times with 69 nominations.

“Being recognized by the Emmys is the highest honor you can receive in television,” said Southeastern Channel General Manager Rick Settoon. “These student awards are measured against the Emmy standard of excellence. If no productions in a category achieve that standard, then no award is given. Since so few are given, we’re thrilled that Dylan and John are joining such elite company. The honor is well-deserved for their talent, creativity, and hard work.”

“Winning an Emmy is a surreal feeling, especially to do it while being a college student,” Williams said. “To be named an Emmy winner places me in a category of individuals who have displayed a level of talent unmatched by most. I feel a great deal of admiration and pride to be named one of those individuals, and I will cherish it for a lifetime.”

“An Emmy award is what everyone in television strives for in their career,” Domangue said. “This is the highest honor we can achieve, so it is what we work toward. Some people work a lifetime trying to achieve the goal of winning this award, and I was able to win an Emmy while still being in college. There are many awards people can win in their television careers, but if you ask all of them what is the highest honor, it is definitely an Emmy.”

Domangue’s winning “Non-Fiction – Long Form” entry was his 17-minute personal documentary, 12 Seconds at Birth. It marked his third Emmy recognition in the past three years. Earlier he won as producer-director of a live Southeastern Channel football broadcast that streamed on ESPN+. He was also nominated in the “Talent” category.

12 Seconds at Birth documents Domangue’s remarkable journey and triumph in the face of an incurable motor disability. As the program title implies, 12 Seconds at Birth begins with Domangue’s birth when he was deprived of oxygen for 12 seconds, causing permanent brain damage and cerebral palsy, resulting in muscle, joint, and bone problems that have affected his walking movement throughout his entire life. The documentary continues through his four years at Southeastern, where he won multiple national and regional broadcasting awards.

Domangue produced the documentary himself for his Comm 498 senior portfolio project in the Department of Communication and Media Studies taught by Department Head James O’Connor. The program features Domangue talking on-camera about his life story while thumbing through a scrapbook of photos and clippings from early childhood through middle school and high school all of the way through his time at the Southeastern Channel.

“I have always considered myself a normal person and not particularly anything that special,” Domangue continued. “However, over the years, many people have told me that my story is inspiring, so when I sat back and thought about everything I have had to overcome in my life, I knew it had the potential to be a special story that everyone needed to hear.”

Williams, who was also honored by the Emmys last year, won for his short film, The Overthinker. He produced the film short as part of a class assignment for Comm 449: Advanced Video Production and Editing taught by Southeastern Channel Operations Manager Steve Zaffuto.

The entire four-minute film is shot by a single camera in one take as it follows the lead character, played by student Ross Chauvin of Houma, as he walks around the downtown city of Hammond at night, consumed by his thoughts. As Chauvin walks around the city, the viewer hears through narration the character thinking that he can’t escape his own thoughts that constantly bombard and confuse him.

As Chauvin’s character walks, the viewer sees a mysterious, hooded character in the distance following Chauvin, who can’t identify why he feels that he’s being followed until he comes face to face with the character, played by Brennan Allen.

“The main character is actually me,” Williams said. “The other character, played by Brennan Miller of Central, is meant to represent anxiety, always following me, unable to escape from its grasp. The plot is symbolic in that it’s meant to portray my struggle with anxiety, my constant stream of uncontrollable thinking, oftentimes negative thoughts toward myself and my life, a never-ending cycle. It’s something I’ve dealt with my entire life. It’s also relatable to my generation as a whole since many people I know struggle with anxiety as well.”

As director, Williams used a Steadicam technique to lead Chauvin through the streets, walking backwards in front of Chauvin as he operated the camera. Williams not only directed the film, he wrote, shot, and edited it as well, including sound post-production.

“The Southeastern Channel was the backbone in enabling me to win this award,” Williams said. “The quality training from dedicated and passionate instructors certainly set me up for success. The opportunities provided to me were abundant and beneficial, and the ability to network with other like-minded students was key to producing the content I imagined.”

Williams, who also won top national awards from College Broadcasters, Inc., the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Associated Press College Broadcasters at Southeastern, was hired as a Promotions Producer at WGMB/WVLA-TV (FOX 44/NBC33) in Baton Rouge immediately upon graduation.

Domangue is currently the Evening News Anchor, Morning News Reporter, and Sports Director at KALB-TV Ch. 5 (NBC/CBS) in Alexandria, La.

“Never in a million years could I have dreamed about all of the awards that I’ve achieved over the past four years,” Domangue said. “I’ve been a part of some great telecasts that have placed tops in the nation. The amount of opportunities that are given to students at the Southeastern Channel is truly second to none compared to any other school in the nation. There are so many shows that students can work on, whether it is behind or in front of the camera.”

In its 19 years of existence, the Southeastern Channel has won over 400 national, international and regional awards. The channel can be seen on Charter Spectrum cable 199 in Tangipahoa, St. Tammany, Livingston, and St. Helena parishes and also on Roku, AppleTV, and Amazon Fire TV. The live 24/7 webcast can be seen on for viewers in Washington Parish and also at, where video on demand is available. The Southeastern Channel can also be seen on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Southeastern Community Music School Student Performing at Carnegie Hall

slu_anna_johnson (1)A Southeastern Community Music School student has been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Anna Johnson, a student at Ponchatoula Junior High School, has been selected for the 2022 Middle School Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall June 18.

Johnson auditioned for the Honors Performance Series earlier this year and was recently accepted after a review by the Honors Selection Board. She will perform as a violinist in June with the Middle School Honors Junior Orchestra.

The junior finalists will come together in New York City for five days in June. They will have the opportunity to learn from world-renowned conductors, work with other junior finalists, and get a taste of “The Big Apple.” Johnson will perform with students from 39 states, the District of Columbia and Canada in a special performance at Carnegie Hall, a venue that marks the pinnacle of musical achievement.

Director of the Community Music School Jivka Duke said participation in one of the three honors junior ensembles is limited to the highest-rated middle school performers from across the world, and acceptance to the elite group is a direct result of the talent, dedication, and achievements demonstrated in Johnson’s application and audition recording.

“We at the Community Music School are thrilled for Anna and are beyond excited that one of our students will be able to experience performing in the iconic Carnegie Hall at such a young age,” Duke said. “Anna is a very dedicated and hard-working violin student, constantly looking to learn more difficult pieces and seeking to excel at the violin more every day. Her love for the art of music performance, her drive, and her talent are remarkable.”

Johnson has studied music for seven years under the instruction of Duke and plays second violin with the Southeastern Symphony Orchestra. She was the winner of the CMS Concerto Competition in 2018 and 2021 and, as a result, was featured as a soloist with the Southeastern Symphony Orchestra. She has previously performed with the Greater New Orleans Youth Orchestra, was a featured student performer at the International Baccalaureate Organization’s International Conference in 2019, and is in the Talented Music Program in Tangipahoa Parish Schools.

For more information about the Community Music School program, visit or call (985) 549-5502.

Celebrating Spring 2022 Graduates

Southeastern celebrated 1,119 graduates Saturday, May 14, in two separate commencement ceremonies in the University Center.

Additionally, former Louisiana Senate President John A. Alario, Jr. was presented an honorary doctor of humanities (LHD) degree in a separate ceremony. A 1965 graduate of Southeastern, he was recognized for his lifetime of public service, including his 48-year tenure in both the Louisiana House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as his civic service with numerous non-profit organizations, and his support over the years to Southeastern.

The university awarded its highest academic honor, the President’s Medal for Academic Excellence, to 11 students with the highest cumulative grade point average in the University’s five colleges.

Medal recipients were:
     ▪ College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences – history major Stephen Gay Benton of Metairie; music major Marina Burguete Diago of Spain; history major Lauren Gwendolyn Guillory of Abita Springs; and psychology major Emily Elizabeth Montelepre of Folsom.
     ▪ College of Business – accounting major Sandra Aden Lelleck of Tickfaw.
     ▪ College of Education – elementary education major, grades 1 – 5, Madeleine Elizabeth Abadie of Mandeville; and early childhood education majors, PK – 3, Samantha E. Conley of Mandeville and Payton Audrey Onellion of Denham Springs.
     ▪ College of Nursing and Health Sciences – kinesiology major Hannah Irene Robertson of Zachary.
     ▪ College of Science and Technology – mathematics major Hunter Hollie of Ponchatoula; and biology major Kaitlynn Joy Margavio of Covington.

Students receiving associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees were:
Bachelors Degrees
     Rayne — Gabriella N. Jones, Nursing; Shamone Washington, Athletic Training;

Doctoral Degrees
     Gonzales — Adrina B. Million, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;
     Prairieville — Ghedy Matus, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     Geismar — Katalynn C. Badeaux, Nursing;
     Gonzales — Clinton P. King II, Business Administration; Brandi L. Morvant, Nursing; Breonna Scott, Educational Leadership;
     Prairieville — Olivia R. Bubrig, Educational Leadership; Sarah K. Gandy, Nursing; Caroline C. Gruber, Nursing; Erin D. Higgins, Business Administration; Jennifer M. Ladd, Counseling;

Bachelors Degrees
     Darrow — Quint G. Guerin, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment;
     Donaldsonville — Carson A. Dunn, Nursing; Madlen K. Robicheaux, Nursing;
     Geismar — Kathleen L. Daly, Accounting; Stacey M. Kloosterman, General Studies; Jessica Le, Criminal Justice; Logan R. Warner, Industrial Technology;

     Gonzales — Jennifer Alvarado, Biological Sciences; Marilyn O. Alvarez, Nursing; Elizabeth A. Austin, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Grace E. Bagwell, Accounting; Maison W. Barr, Management; Taylor R. Baxter, Accounting; Madisen Blackford, Management; Madison J. Capell, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Reese A. Forbes, Criminal Justice; Valeria Gonzalez, Health Sciences; Brandon L. Gordon, Music; Bryce D. Henry, Engineering Technology; McKenzie C. King, Health and Physical Educ K-12; Tamia M. Landry, Psychology; Emma K. Lawless, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Lauren M. LeBourgeois, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Charles L. Sanders, General Studies; Ali D. Trant, Human Sciences; Isabella R. Trinka, Nursing; Bradlee N. Wall, Kinesiology; Cole R. Welch, History; Hunter Wideman, Kinesiology;

     Prairieville — Daijah R. Adams, Management; Taylor B. Allen, Nursing; Gerrad Andre, Information Technology; Madisyn P. Armstrong, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Gabrielle E. Aucoin, General Studies; Jalyn R. Bourgeois, General Studies; Madeline M. Cancienne, Communication; Chloe M. Cashat, Nursing; Cameron R. Crochet, Business Administration; Rachel M. Cusick, Management; Alyssa K. D’Agostino, Criminal Justice; Haylee L. Dettman, Nursing; Cheryl Himel, General Studies; Benjamin Hodges, Business Administration; Grace Lasseigne, Management; Cassidy M. Logsdon, Nursing; David D. Long, Biological Sciences; Yazan Masouti, Health Systems Management; Madison B. Matthews, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Andrew C. McDonald, Business Administration; Angela D. Musso, Nursing; Bryce Pearce, Finance; Nicole L. Redmond, Social Studies Education; Jesse R. Regina, Accounting; Haley N. Rosser, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Kyleigh M. Roy, Nursing; Gabriella H. Temple, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Bailey M. Weiss, Art; Chloe B. Williams, Finance;

     Saint Amant — Grant J. Alexander, Management; Meagan A. Holdridge, Nursing; Brady P. Kunefke, Industrial Technology; Jordan M. Lasseigne, Psychology; Chase M. Marchand, Management; Chloe E. Marchand, Nursing; Trent L. Threeton, World Languages;

     Sorrento — Carlshane J. Williams Jr., Engineering Technology;

Associate Degrees
     Prairieville — Chad A. Kuntz, Industrial Technology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Napoleonville — Sophia E. Mabile, Psychology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Bunkie — Elyse M. Fender, Marketing;
     Marksville — John R. Regard, Health Systems Management;

Doctoral Degrees
     Deridder — John M. Pearce, Nursing Practice DNP;

Doctoral Degrees
     Lake Charles — Therese A. Novak, Nursing Practice DNP;

Masters Degrees
     Lake Charles — Anne Breaux, Counseling;

Bachelors Degrees
     Lake Charles — Darby K. Gillette, Kinesiology; John L. Kuehn, Management; Aeriyl Mass, General Studies;
     Sulphur — Kaleb M. Hogg, Biological Sciences;

Doctoral Degrees
     Baton Rouge — Edith M. Walker, Educational Leadership Ed.D.; Lindsay G. Williams, Nursing Practice DNP;
     Zachary — Dionne R. Atley-McCurry, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     Baker — Jayla R. Anderson, Counseling;
     Baton Rouge — Mariah B. Butcher, Nursing; Paige R. Devall, English; Tabitha A. Friend, Counseling; Samantha S. Giamanco, Counseling; Andrew S. Hebert, Nursing; Kirsten M. Held, Nursing; Hannah M. McAlister, Music; Karyn O. Moore, Counseling; Shelby J. Mougeot, Nursing; Kristina M. Richardson, Counseling; James M. Shelley III, Special Education; Reagan C. Skidmore, Health & Kinesiology; Claire N. Wyly, Counseling;
     Zachary — Zechariah G. Cameron, Strategic Communication;

Bachelors Degrees
     Baker — Terrance J. Arnold, Jr., Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Kaiser E. Brown, Art; Karington K. Brown, Business Administration; Elissa J. Henderson, Psychology; Kaelyn G. Kendrick, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Destini J. Sanders, Social Work; Jarnelle J. Tate, Nursing;

     Baton Rouge — Yaminah K. Addison, Communication; Regina Agbiakpara, Biological Sciences; Nicole Andorf, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Anna-Kathryn Andries, Nursing; Sarah E. Audiffred, History; Brianna L. Autin, Psychology; Alyson Ayo, Kinesiology; Karlyn E. Bankston, Nursing; Irfan Bashar, Accounting; Elizabeth P. Bowie, Kinesiology; Taylor M. Braud, Supply Chain Management; Kiersten E. Brown, Health Systems Management; David J. Carlyle, Political Science; Emily M. Caro, Nursing; Luke A. Costa, General Studies; Mya M. Daniels, Psychology; Piper J. Dixon, Social Work; Jared T. Eaglin, Art; Samantha M. Ellis, Psychology; Christophe N. Fillastre, Management; Aliyah D. Floyd, Health Systems Management; Rachel Fordham, Accounting; Ashlee R. Freese, General Studies; Codasia S. George, Accounting; Tianna T. Gotch, Health Sciences; Austin B. Grasse, Supply Chain Management; Rachel L. Henri, Business Administration; Shamar C. Henry, Accounting; Phillip D. Hillard, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Noah C. Honeycutt, Management;
     Also, Jeremy S. Isaac, Sport Management; Asante’ K. Jackson, Communication; Lauryn M. Jackson, Communication; Lee C. James Jr, Management; Ashley M. Johnson, Criminal Justice; Myah A. Johnson, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Alexandrea N. Keller, Human Sciences; Lakelyn A. Keller, Social Work; Keyunna M. King, Health Systems Management; Kailey Kinney, Mid Sch Spec Ed M/MOD Grd 4-8; Shakeira L. LaMotte, General Studies; Brandon M. Lambie, Music; Kyra L. Lawrence, Health Systems Management; Stephen M. Lofton, Management; Ian C. Madere, Management; Zachary V. Madewell, Information Technology; Miranda J. Matise, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Sarah N. McGee, Nursing; Dylan M. Meche, Political Science; Andrea Messi, Nursing; Samantha F. Messina, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Treasure J. Millender, Health Sciences;
     Also, Jennifer E. Monson, General Studies; Azrien-Shai W. Morgan, Nursing; Sang V. Nguyen, Nursing; Vy P. Nguyen, Kinesiology; Ma’Kayla Odom, Psychology; Leslie S. Phillips, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Angela Porter, Criminal Justice; Anna C. Rainey, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Hannah R. Rains, Kinesiology; Krystopher W. Roberts, Political Science; Alyssa M. Schneider, General Studies; Emily A. Seeds, Social Work; Brittany M. Segalla, Kinesiology; Jessica A. Segalla, Sport Management; Bennett W. Smith, English; Kenneth J. Talbot, Kinesiology; Audrey E. Taylor, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Brittani D. Thomas, Art; My’Chelle L. Tyler, Human Sciences; Rachel A. Vallien, Health Systems Management; Lizel M. Varnado, Psychology; Tanner T. Welch, Nursing; Sarah R. Wells, General Studies; Matthew R. Wilkinson, Industrial Technology; Kayla D. Winding, Accounting; Michael J. DeGraauw, History;

     Greenwell Springs — Carson B. Balthazar, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Treva A. Boquet, Nursing; Cody P. Cazes, Marketing; Kamryn L. Fouts, Biological Sciences; Kobi L. Gueho, Accounting; Ali R. Hinrichs, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Nicholas Hunt, Management; Brant V. Husser, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Hayden R. Israel, Information Technology; Cade L. Kimbrell, Accounting; Kaylee J. Landry, Health Systems Management; Caroline A. Leblanc, Nursing; Katie L. McCaskill, Social Work; Steven J. Quinn, Kinesiology; Casey C. Smith, Nursing; Jacob M. Summerville, Political Science; Joshua J. Tanksley, Information Technology; Hannah M. Wall, Nursing; Nathan Withers, General Studies;

     Pride — Dylan J. Gerald, Finance;
     Zachary — Kendall L. Boulton, Human Sciences; Daniel J. Boyette, Management; Hannah M. Carter, English; Gabrielle S. Darby, Nursing; Anne-Marie C. Fontenot, Kinesiology; Ethan P. Mason, Information Technology; Kortni T. Pierre, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Hannah I. Robertson, Kinesiology; Mahogany J. Thomas, Kinesiology; Trevor C. Tolar, Chemistry;

Doctoral Degrees
     Clinton — Jonathan L. Loveall, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     Ethel — Benjamin T. LeDoux, Psychology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Clinton – Je’Nari D. Collins, General Studies; Paris R. Moore, Nursing;
     Ethel — Dennis S. Berthelot, III, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Kaitlynn M. Devall, Biological Sciences; Callie M. Howell, Nursing; Alexsandra M. Jackson, Supply Chain Management; Kalyn S. Landry, Kinesiology;
     Jackson — Jessica Irvin, Health Sciences; Paula R. Sims, Health Systems Management;
     Slaughter — Collin Sarrazin, Finance;
     Wilson — Jordyn E. Kleinpeter, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3;

Doctoral Degrees
     Saint Gabriel — Beth C. Crochet, Nursing Practice DNP;

Masters Degrees
     Plaquemine — Brandie J. Johnson, Executive MBA;

Bachelors Degrees
     Maringouin — Lexie T. Butler, Accounting;
     Plaquemine — Makayla M. Correll, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Shelby N. Vaughn, Social Work;
     Saint Gabriel — David Ortiz, Psychology;
     Sunshine — William Cushenberry III, Health Education & Promotion; Hannah K. LaPlace, Business Administration;

Masters Degrees
     Gretna — Jasmine L. Ortiz, Nursing;
     Harvey — Asia M. Young, Psychology;
     Marrero — Courtney A. Griffin, Nursing;
     Metairie — Charles G. Glorioso, Business Administration; Heather P. Kahn, Executive MBA; Carrie C. Mains, Curriculum and Instruction; Damesha D. Rodgers, Multiple Level MAT;
     Westwego — Jenna B. Pertuit, Nursing;

Bachelors Degrees
     Gretna — Zayda F. Aleman, English; Jourdan R. Beaco, English; Jade A. Conino, Criminal Justice; Garrett D. Cooper, Industrial Technology; Enrique R. Monzon, Art; Taylor A. Narcisse, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Brianna N. Payton, Accounting; Kirk E. Prest Jr., Finance; Devin J. Roussell, Sport Management; Briana D. Sylve, Art; Quaneisha K. Trim, Communication Sciences & Disorders;
     Harvey — Patrick J. Allen, Information Technology; Travis J. Bacchus, Management; Xyriah T. Dupree, Kinesiology;
Kenner — Tyler P. Bolner, Supply Chain Management; Brooklyn M. Ericksen, Social Work; Destinee Jeanpiere, General Studies;
     Lafitte — Courtney L. Pellegrin, Athletic Training;
     Marrero — Grace E. Babin, Marketing; Kailyn T. Biglow, Biological Sciences; Richie Cruz, Communication; Niyobi Davis, Health Systems Management; Seth C. Diaz, Supply Chain Management; Blair P. Hicks, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Brandy Jordan, Health Sciences; Carlie G. Kempf, Management; Amanda M. Payne, Art; Madison E. Sanchez, Human Sciences; Richard J. Williams Jr., Engineering Technology;

     Metairie — Fawaz A. Adesina, Physics; Stephen G. Benton, History; Emily E. Boudreaux, Finance; Emily K. Bradbury, Psychology; Rachael F. Brown, Human Sciences; Jhanie A. Davis, Psychology; Sarah A. Francioni, Human Sciences; Noah A. Fuxan, Criminal Justice; Andrea M. Gautier, Human Sciences; Jenna N. Gregerson, Psychology; Alyssa N. Hankins, Psychology; Evan Hartmann, Art; Sarah C. Koelling, Criminal Justice; Meghan C. Lavie, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Madelyn L. Marchese, Psychology; Kelly O. Monaghan, Marketing; Matthew W. Nuss, Accounting; Johnathon Phan, Accounting; Jessica L. Ricaud, General Studies; Samantha E. Shubert, Psychology; Marcella M. Tedesco, Communication Sciences & Disorders;

     Westwego — Lauren N. Weaver, Nursing;

Bachelors Degrees
     Lafayette — Chrissy M. Brown, General Studies;

Bachelors Degrees
     Larose — Brittany M. Adams, Accounting;
     Lockport — Luke A. Chiasson, Social Studies Education;
     Thibodaux — Heaven M. Phillips, Biological Sciences; Hannah R. Robinson, Biological Sciences; Camryn M. Rodrigue, Music;

Doctoral Degrees
     Springfield — Beatrice L. Traylor, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     Albany — Chelsea R. Umbach, Educational Leadership;
     Denham Springs — Adrian D. Badon, Educational Leadership; Joshua D. Hinkel, Counseling; Haley S. McDermitt, Educational Leadership; Amber N. Thibodeaux, Nursing;
     Springfield — Shawn Johnson, Applied Sociology;
     Walker — Michael B. Cutrer, Executive MBA; Kristina V. Dunlap, Educational Leadership;

Bachelors Degrees
     Albany — Cierra R. Disedare, Biological Sciences; Vincent L. Hart, Biological Sciences; Maya A. Thibodeaux, Nursing; Maiah D. Woodring, Biological Sciences; Savannah L. Woodward, Art;
     Denham Springs — Sawyer J. Abbott, History; Trevor S. Abbott, Information Technology; Brandon J. Ardoin, Information Technology; Hunter T. Arnold, Business Administration; Keli L. Berry, Mid Sch Spec Ed M/MOD Grd 4-8; Malik H. Bodiford, Business Administration; Michaela M. Bozeman, Mid Sch Spec Ed M/MOD Grd 4-8; Kayla R. Callicott, Mathematics; Jennifer A. Calloway, Art; Kayla C. Campbell, General Studies; Angelle E. Cangelosi, General Studies; Brandon A. Cannella, Engineering Technology; Merrisa L. Chapman, Social Work; Chelsie C. Collums, Health Systems Management; Madison R. Delaune, Marketing; Taylor Dougherty, General Studies; Amber E. Dutsch, Biological Sciences; Amber J. Easterly, Business Administration; Glenn P. Falcon, III, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Preston J. Faulkner, General Studies; Layton T. Fontenot, General Studies; Rachel M. Ford, Art; Stephanie D. Godfrey, Music; Gillian T. Grance, Art;
     Also, Abbigale G. Guidry, Communication; Patrick A. Holwager Jr, Nursing; Clinton T. Hoover, Business Administration; Trevor C. Jenkins, Finance; Mary N. Kennedy, Human Sciences; James L. King, Accounting; Kyleigh R. Lane, Health Sciences; Phoenix M. LeBlanc, Biological Sciences; Delayne E. Lee, Health Systems Management; Alayna F. Lott, Marketing; Alyssa D. Lott, Management; Kennedy R. McEachern, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Layne E. Miley, Biological Sciences; Sydney S. Norris, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Payton A. Onellion, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Lauren M. Patrick, Management; Stewart J. Peeler, Marketing; Julian C. Porta, Business Administration; Ty G. Pourciau, Industrial Technology; Ashly S. Rodriguez, World Languages; Amy M. Saniford, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Zoie R. Sedberry, Kinesiology; Blayne N. Shepherd, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Sarah Shoun, Kinesiology; Dillon P. Songy, Criminal Justice; Madison L. Sunde, English; Katelyn N. Till, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Vincent T. Ton, Nursing; Darian M. Truxillo, Health Sciences; Courtney L. Webster, Nursing; Madison S. Wilson, Nursing;

     French Settlement — Jesse C. Allen, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Samantha L. Wicker, Business Administration;
     Holden — Hailey L. Cowart, Psychology; Blake A. Crayton, Criminal Justice; Brannon N. Gloyd, Industrial Technology; Kaylee M. Patterson, Health and Physical Educ K-12; Victoria P. Richardson, English; Averey N. Rost, Health Systems Management;
     Livingston — Emily R. Bankston, Management; Madison G. Cade, Kinesiology; Caleb P. Charpentier, Biological Sciences; Alivia A. Ellenberger, General Studies; Victoria Hart, Biological Sciences; Lacey N. Hunt, Nursing; Natalie A. Johnson, General Studies; Natalie A. Keller, Biological Sciences; Deon J. Landor, Marketing; Casie McCormick, Nursing; Logan T. Mendoza, Supply Chain Management; Karly A. Murphy, Nursing; Mariana A. Pliego, Nursing; Caroline V. Simmons, Biological Sciences; Jacob L. Varnado, Biological Sciences; Jerica D. Waller-LeBlanc, General Studies; Landon J. Wascom, Industrial Technology;
     Maurepas — Madeline N. Harper, Psychology; Laigen L. Loupe, Nursing; Stephanie R. Ranson, History; Kinsey A. Stovall, Nursing;
     Springfield — Nequondra K. Caleb, Social Work; Austin D. Harris, Engineering Technology; Shiitania L. Headspeth, Accounting; Kacie M. Hoover, Criminal Justice; Tylon W. Kennedy, Biological Sciences; Jessica D. Kirkland, Criminal Justice; Matthew L. Kreutzer, General Studies; Megan L. Moran, Biological Sciences; Sarah G. Simeon, General Studies; Brittany L. Templet, Nursing; Karlee D. Wilkerson, General Studies; Michael P. Woods, Management;
     Walker — Kaitlyn Baumy, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Emily J. Bellue, Psychology; Annette M. Black, Biological Sciences; Jacob C. Bousquet, Kinesiology; Carly P. Cain, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; James J. Cook, Management; Camille M. Fletcher, Management; William J. Grieshaber, Jr., Criminal Justice; Adam R. Lapeyrouse, Criminal Justice; Austin P. Leblanc, Kinesiology; Lauren M. Meades, Nursing; Allen P. Mire III, Computer Science; Diana V. Nunez, Biological Sciences; Meghan M. Odom, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Roy A. Rancatore, Criminal Justice; Hannah F. Shelton, Communication Sciences & Disorders; John H. Tarver, Industrial Technology;
     Watson — Danyle M. Sonnier, Social Work; Matthew B. Sullivan, Marketing;

Associate Degrees
     French Settlement — Caroline R. Little, Industrial Technology;
     Livingston — Collin M. Crane, Industrial Technology;
     Walker — Hunter B. Kogel, Industrial Technology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Natchez — Ashlynn L. Blake, Biological Sciences;
     Natchitoches — Carmen N. Waskom, Athletic Training;

Masters Degrees
     New Orleans — Emily L. Mase, Nursing; Marciano A. Raziano, Nursing; Danielle N. Rogers, Nursing; Victoria P. Winningham, Curriculum and Instruction;

Bachelors Degrees
     New Orleans — Destini Alston, Kinesiology; Brandon C. Barrois, Mathematics; Madalyn M. Brand, General Studies; Sam P. Bruce, History; Kayla T. Clayton, Psychology; Amber L. Constantine, Nursing; Mya A. Cooper, Nursing; Jordyn A. Cosey, Sociology; Isabel Costa, Art; Sierra K. Dashner, Nursing; Gabrielle Gaspard, Art; Jeremiah Gerhardt, Social Work; Chanse D. Joe, Psychology; Jamal E. Lawson, Mathematics; Gionne Martin, Health Systems Management; Nicholas A. Natal, Management; Rachael L. Oden, General Studies; Nicholas M. Ray, Engineering Technology; Olivia C. Reed, Business Administration; Michael C. Richard II, Sociology; Steven Sibley, Biological Sciences; Kassandra A. Torres, Social Work; Jack Tucker, General Studies; Kaitlyn C. Williams, Management;

Bachelors Degrees
     West Monroe — Khira E. Rudolph, Art;

Masters Degrees
     Belle Chasse — Jan M. Clayburn, Executive MBA;

Bachelors Degrees
     Belle Chasse — Easton Guilbeau, Kinesiology; Tyler Guillory, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Ella G. Harvey, Marketing; Tanner Olsen, Industrial Technology; Catherine L. Wooton, Criminal Justice;

Masters Degrees
     Livonia — Riley A. Circello, Psychology;

Bachelors Degrees
     New Roads — Alaceia D. Smothers, Nursing;

Masters Degrees
     Pineville — Hannah C. Daniel, Counseling;

Bachelors Degrees
     Alexandria — Briahna L. Bennett, Marketing;

Doctoral Degrees
     Arabi — Julie M. Rexford, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Bachelors Degrees
     Chalmette — Heather E. Gallo, Biological Sciences; Victoria C. Montalbano, Art; Victoria L. Rodriguez, Criminal Justice;
     Meraux — Alixandra R. Licciardi, General Studies;
     Saint Bernard — Amie L. Harvey, Health Systems Management;
     Violet — Gabrielle R. Ducote, Social Work;

Masters Degrees
     Norco — Meghan R. Johnson, Nursing;

Bachelors Degrees
     Destrehan — Thomas F. Crozier, Business Administration; Deanna B. Guarino, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Evan W. Keller, Chemistry; Sarah M. Savaski, Psychology; Baleigh N. Sellers, Human Sciences;
     Hahnville — Evan Nyblom, Psychology; Gabrielle N. Wood, Communication;
     Luling — Angelica Dauenhauer, General Studies; Tesa A. Hopkins, Criminal Justice; Ryan D. Leblanc, Art; Stashia A. Liegl, Criminal Justice; Cameron E. Matthews, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Courtney Ortego, Business Administration; Kaitlyn A. Stamps, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Kailee B. Thibodeaux, Health Systems Management;
     Norco — Gerard A. Borne, Communication;
     Saint Rose — Maria C. Pinero, Kinesiology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Greensburg — Runqiesha R. Myles, Biological Sciences;
     Pine Grove — Halle B. McKinley, Management;

Bachelors Degrees
     Gramercy — Gabrielle Brignac, History;
     Lutcher — Brynn M. Lundy, Communication;
     Paulina — Connor P. Louque, Industrial Technology; Amere R. Roussell, Biological Sciences; Devin P. Schexnayder, Biological Sciences;
     Vacherie — Ariel S. Williams, Health Systems Management;

Doctoral Degrees
     LaPlace — Krystal Hooker, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     LaPlace — Rebecca C. Grote, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Holly R. Lions, Strategic Communication; Sage M. Mulkey, Business Administration;

Bachelors Degrees
     Edgard — Terris A. Bradley, General Studies;
     LaPlace — Blair E. Andrepont, Accounting; Chloe R. Faucheux, Kinesiology; Dominique C. James, Kinesiology; Tyler J. Lennix, Health Systems Management; Jyra J. Lockett, Business Administration; Robert F. McDonald, Kinesiology; Mary Nguyen, Biological Sciences; Shelby M. Ory, Marketing; Sabrina Pagoaga, Art; Alyssa M. Phillips, Biological Sciences; TashiAna K. Robinson, Health Systems Management; Gavin S. St. Pierre, Industrial Technology; Gregory T. Vicknair, Athletic Training;
     Reserve — Jordan R. Loving, Kinesiology; Tyjonae D. Raymond, General Studies; Kassidy M. Terrio, Nursing; Madison A. Watson, General Studies;

Masters Degrees
     Krotz Springs — Dana R. Armond, Nursing;

Bachelors Degrees
     Sunset — Andrea B. Richard, History;

Masters Degrees
     Covington — Megan M. Box, Nursing; Zachary Jourdan, Executive MBA; Jordan T. LeBlanc, Counseling; Nicole P. Meyers, Counseling; André M. Ricaud, Multiple Level MAT; Britni M. Vegas, Business Administration;
     Lacombe — Nicole J. Laviolette, Communication Sciences & Disorders;
     Madisonville — Colette E. Crouere, Counseling; Heather L. Genevay, Nursing; Sarah Jane M. Ladut, Psychology; Katelyn T. Populus, Special Education;
     Mandeville — Jennifer A. Burtch, Executive MBA; Ryan E. Cancienne, Executive MBA; Isabel M. Cano, Counseling; Claire M. Cuccia, Strategic Communication; Nicholas Ernst, Health & Kinesiology; Christopher D. Manguno, Counseling; John E. Sencial III, Executive MBA; Abigail C. Simmons, History; Lauren A. Spillmon, Psychology; Debra A. Stuart, Executive MBA; Christian Taylor, Business Administration;
     Pearl River — Victoria E. Santana, Business Administration;
     Slidell — Melissa N. Bean-Tanner, Nursing; Carter M. Brock, Business Administration; Kelsey E. LeBlanc, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Sally McKellip, Special Education;

Bachelors Degrees
     Abita Springs — Abigayle L. Ballam, Accounting; Tobie M. Fisher, General Studies; Lauren G. Guillory, History; Jamie K. Heckler, Accounting; Kaitlin M. Hopkins, Social Work; Cameron P. McNulty, Business Administration; Charity Y. Spears, Social Work; Alexa C. Yates, English Education;
     Bush — Hope M. Guerin, Business Administration; Rachael M. Johnson, Biological Sciences; Alissa D. Long, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Martha E. Williams, Business Administration;
    Covington — Mason Accardo, Biological Sciences; Ahrieal M. Albert, Psychology; Alex J. Alexander, History; Mackenzie R. Anderson, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Janie Antie, Marketing; Morgan L. Bates, Social Work; Sarah E. Bellah, Business Administration; Brogan L. Bernadas, Management; Taylor M. Bevels, Kinesiology; Eve A. Breaux, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Olivia C. Breaux, Kinesiology; Blakely D. Brennan, Accounting; Delaney C. Bright, Art; Aliyah Dalier, Physics; Austin S. Danielson, Health and Physical Educ K-12; Tara R. Daugherty, Biological Sciences; Zachary N. Dorcey, Kinesiology; Emily J. Elwell, Business Administration; O’Shon D. Fairley, Communication; Elizabeth S. Ferran, Nursing; Victoria Frabbiele, Physics; Sabrina M. Gil, Art; Patricia F. Greer, Social Work; Lexie A. Hebert, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Ian R. Hekmatdoost, Psychology; Logan M. Heldenbrand, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Victoria L. Helmers, Accounting; Jaliah A. Henry, General Studies; Sarah M. Hoerner, Management; Kathryn Jenkins, Elementary Education Grades 1-5;
     Also, Bradley S. Johnson II, Nursing; Chelsey N. Landry, Nursing; Meghan A. Lang, Nursing; Valerie Lango, Psychology; Trae J. Lewis, Business Administration; Connor D. Lockhart, Finance; Michael G. Lombardino, Management; Kaitlynn J. Margavio, Biological Sciences; Joel H. Masson, Supply Chain Management; Dennis J. McInerney, History; Nicholas L. Montreuil, Management; Ashley N. Neal, Communication; Payton M. Pavur, Industrial Technology; Tanner E. Rapier, Art; Calynn M. Rehage, Social Work; Monica Rester, General Studies; JC Rice, III, Engineering Technology; Heather C. Riecke, Marketing; Mallory G. Rogers, General Studies; Thérèse M. Ross, Biological Sciences; Nicholas W. Roy, Industrial Technology; Ledgyn A. Santana, Biological Sciences; Mellissa M. St. Germain, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Simon D. Sunseri, Health and Physical Educ K-12; Andrew P. Thigpen, Information Technology; Kylie L. Topey, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Laken E. Viola, General Studies; Lauren D. Wicker, Management;

     Folsom — Micah C. Brown, Sociology; Sarah Butzman, Mathematics; Cameron J. Cluney, Biological Sciences; Madison Hayes, General Studies; Noah A. McLain, Marketing; Macy E. Mentz, Marketing; Emily E. Montelepre, Psychology; Jesse Schiro, Management; Kaitlin G. Vicari, Social Work;

     Lacombe — Brandon G. Charitat, Chemistry; Lauren E. Dufrene, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Tyler L. Hoskins, Health Systems Management; Dominique B. Lewis, Engineering Technology; Leighana M. St Angelo, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Jacob M. Vinet, Industrial Technology; Davius L. Young, Social Work;

     Madisonville — Hannah C. Baham, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Devin T. Baudean, Psychology; Travis Cherry, General Studies; Jade E. Dennis, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Eugenio P. Guarino, Jr., Management; Kirsten M. Howell, General Studies; Logan A. James, Engineering Technology; Emily E. Jones, Political Science; Taron X. Jones, Finance; Cody A. Koppenol, Industrial Technology; Matthew J. Kuss, Kinesiology; Jacob C. Latiolais, Mathematics; Karli McGlone, Marketing; Tristan J. Mohr, Engineering Technology; Lyndsi D. Necaise, Human Sciences; Olivia L. Ourso, Nursing; Devin A. Pathoumthong, Marketing; Cody J. Pierce, Accounting; Jamie N. Raines, Kinesiology; James M. Stephens, Psychology; Peyton A. Tillotson, Marketing; Kyleigh M. Wilkerson, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Hannah R. Willie, Social Work;

     Mandeville — Madeleine E. Abadie, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Brandon T. An, Kinesiology; James E. Baggs, Nursing; Brandon J. Barousse, Health and Physical Educ K-12; Tanner R. Bemis-Henry, Industrial Technology; Bert P. Brossette, Marketing; Malia E. Brown, Human Sciences; Thomas A. Carter, Criminal Justice; Adriana M. Cazarez, Management; Elizabeth E. Cazenavette, Human Sciences; Chase J. Clark, Kinesiology; Max A. Cole, Computer Science; Samantha E. Conley, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Patrick T. Daw, Management; Jacey M. Fitzmorris, Psychology; Emily K. Fontana, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Nicholas C. Gagliano, History; Madison E. Gallaty, Psychology; Christopher A. Hannan, Nursing; Madyson L. Hayes, Supply Chain Management;
     Also, Shaye K. Hyer, Accounting; Jordan D. Kliebert, Communication; Joshua M. LeCompte, General Studies; Hanna L. McDevitt, Sport Management; Hope M. Mejia, Biological Sciences; Chasidy K. Miller, Music; Tessa M. Nichols, Kinesiology; Savannah C. Peachey, Business Administration; Thien H. Pham, Business Administration; Amanda R. Pigrenet, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Patrick Plummer, Accounting; Caroline R. Ponseti, Business Administration; Kalan A. Recatto, Marketing; Abigail A. Richard, Business Administration; Mary Lynn Schwing, General Studies; Ainsley Scott, Business Administration; Julia B. Souza, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Hannah K. Tribou, Accounting; Austin C. Vail, Business Administration; Bailey E. Weber, Biological Sciences; Heidi R. Westenhiser, Information Technology; Jennifer M. Williamson, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5;

     Pearl River — Alyssa N. Ardeneaux, Health Systems Management; Kelsie M. Bauer, Health Sciences; Alexander R. Drake, Kinesiology; Cameron J. Gaubert, Business Administration; Mason A. Hemphill, Kinesiology; Nicholas D. Panks, Engineering Technology; Tara A. Rossignol, Athletic Training; Amy E. Schneida, Biological Sciences; Caitlin S. Trosclair, Psychology; Cameron M. Yarbrough, Accounting;

     Slidell — Mia Abbenante, Psychology; Sara M. Annaloro, Criminal Justice; Christopher M. Arroyo Jr., Communication; Zachary C. Barrios, Business Administration; Gabriella M. Bergez, Human Sciences; Amanda N. Caluda, Marketing; Craig S. Canepa Jr., Information Technology; Allison B. Caswell, Health Systems Management; Abbey E. Chase, Marketing; Austin L. Cochran, Accounting; Nathan M. Conaway, Engineering Technology; Damon S. Cousin Jr, Social Work; Gabrielle M. Debarbieris, Art; Dayne A. Delatte, Accounting; Antonette O. Emerson-Dichiara, General Studies; Grace G. Gallaty, Marketing; Keenen D. Gillum, General Studies; Emma L. Guillot, Criminal Justice; Chelbe C. Harris, Nursing; Madelyn L. Hughes, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Sandy N. Le, Management; Hannah M. Lewis, Marketing; Anastassia C. Marr, Music; Nicole E. Marshall, Biological Sciences; Amanda L. McNaughton, Health Systems Management; Jordan L. Melancon, Management; Stephanie Melerine, Art;
     Also, Irene G. Mervich, Health Systems Management; Gabrielle L. Messina, English; Kirkland P. Moore, Business Administration; Gabriel L. Nance, Information Technology; Hallee M. Nichols, General Studies; Troy A. Nisby, Jr., Criminal Justice; Madison L. Norton, Health Sciences; Hannah C. Perrier, Nursing; Zachary M. Pisciotta, General Studies; Errol Raymond, Communication; Justin B. Runnels, Kinesiology; Dylan S. Ryan, Supply Chain Management; James P. Schroeder, Sport Management; Theresa A. Seruntine, Social Studies Education; Melanie M. Shepherd, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Olivia J. Singletary, Computer Science; Evan S. Smith, Accounting; Citlalic C. Snell, Biological Sciences; Halle M. Suarez, Management; Shayne A. Tranchina, Accounting; Timothy M. Upton, Supply Chain Management; Noah T. Varnado, Communication; Cameron T. Vickers, Engineering Technology; Maya E. West, Criminal Justice; Faith A. White, Accounting; Rebecca N. Willerton, Biological Sciences; Andrew T. Williams, Psychology;

     Sun — Elise L. Carter, Biological Sciences;

Associate Degrees
     Madisonville — Justin K. Gelpi, Industrial Technology;

Masters Degrees
     Amite — Matthew D. Dufour, Executive MBA; Queantae R. Mobley, Health & Kinesiology; Christopher P. Shields, Psychology; Averil J. Turner, Curriculum and Instruction;

     Hammond — Preye Apulu, Health & Kinesiology; Samantha Carson, Health & Kinesiology; Raul Colmenero Martinez, Music; Stevon W. Crooks, Business Administration; Douglas E. Day Jr., Executive MBA; Chris J. Dominique II, History; Shelby K. Johnson, Strategic Communication; Aminat O. Jubril, Health & Kinesiology; Victoria Lopez, Music; Alyssa K. Larose, Strategic Communication; Elise Laurent, Psychology; Janine R. Lemoine, Nursing; Jacob R. O’Neill, Applied Sociology; Mert Ozkan, Music; Tori M. Rodriguez, Applied Sociology; Dakota S. Shaffett, Psychology; Kayleigh M. Smith, Business Administration; Ashley N. Stewart, Special Education; Maggie K. Tenhundfeld, Child Life; Niall S. Thomas, Business Administration; Ajay Tiwari, Integrated Science & Technology; Delanie J. Turner, Counseling; Sonia S. Verberne, Educational Leadership; Erica E. Welter, English; Sergio Á. de la Poza Anguís, Music;

     Loranger — Seth D. Leto, Business Administration; Kaleigh M. Tassin, Curriculum and Instruction;
     Ponchatoula — Miracle Aucoin, Educational Leadership; Janvier M. Cannon, Curriculum and Instruction; Leah M. Dahmer, Counseling; Aagya Dhakal, Business Administration; Nina P. Duckworth, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Kim V. Gatlin, Nursing; Tiffany F. Gaynor, Special Education; Hannah B. Henderson, Business Administration; Denise A. Latour, Educational Leadership; Kayleigh D. Odor, Educational Leadership; Tyler D. Puffpaff, History;
     Robert — Brandi B. Kea, Curriculum and Instruction;
     Tickfaw — Shelbi N. Vickers, Counseling;

Bachelors Degrees
     Amite — Darien J. Ballow, Biological Sciences; Catherine M. Brasher, Marketing; Sarah E. Cobb, Human Sciences; Jeremy U. Davis, Chemistry; Bryson D. Faust, Marketing; Kelsey G. Fussell, Social Studies Education; Caleb W. Hager, Biological Sciences; Karianne L. Henkel, Art; Macy D. Lee, Social Work; AnaClaire K. McKneely, Communication; Caitlin A. Ray, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Sydney M. Rivers, Nursing; Nia Seiber, Business Administration; Jessica M. Williams, Kinesiology; Rylie Womack, Marketing;

     Hammond — Kayla M. Adams, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Mercy E. Agbo, Biological Sciences; Olaitan V. Akintimehin, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Lauren L. Albanese, General Studies; Mason C. Alphonso, Accounting; Jacob L. Anthon, General Studies; Sierra J. Arbaugh, Art; Jasmine E. Barnes, Human Sciences; Ryan M. Barron, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Baille C. Bass, General Studies; Kelsia C. Betts, Human Sciences; Flory S. Bierma, Sport Management; Victoria A. Blache, Kinesiology; Whitney Y. Bourdier, World Languages; Marina Burguete Diago, Music; Abbie F. Busch, Marketing; Gabrielle N. Chavez, Criminal Justice; Jacob M. Chenevert, Information Technology; Kevin K. Coley, Athletic Training; Haley R. Collura, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Tiara L. Conner, General Studies;
     Also, Lauren M. Davis, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Peyton P. Delapasse, Nursing; Sophie L. Devine, Human Sciences; Logan A. DiMaggio, General Studies; Camille C. Domingue, Nursing; Caitlin C. Epperson, Social Work; Vibriyogn J. Epuri, Mathematics; Dylan Gallo, Computer Science; Lizbeth Garcia Marquez, Nursing; Alexis M. Garcia, Health Sciences; Tainano F. Gaulua, General Studies; Evan M. Gibson, Finance; Hannah T. Gomez, Sport Management; Thomas Gordon, General Studies; Sophia L. Grisoli, English; Catherine J. Hamilton, Art; Ashlyn P. Harris, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Breonne S. Haynes, Business Administration; Ralphlynn D. Haynes, General Studies; Kolby A. Head, Kinesiology; Kaylan L. Hills, Psychology; Kasey M. Hymel, Criminal Justice;
     Also, Kristian D. Jackson, Business Administration; Cecelia T. Kinchen, Management; Samantha J. King, Social Studies Education; Jacob A. Knox, History; Brennan P. Lanclos, General Studies; Emilee G. Landry, Human Sciences; Michael D. Lawson III, Biological Sciences; Mary A. Leader, Business Administration; Mykhailo Levytskyi, Music; Maya A. Little, Psychology; Megan E. Locicero, Kinesiology; Hugo J. Lujano, Biological Sciences; Mary N. Magee, Psychology; Dawson M. Marlow, Supply Chain Management; Ashlynn N. Martell, Computer Science; Kaylee E. McLaughlin, Marketing; Caroline R. Mesman, General Studies; Kamryn L. Michel, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Jordyn N. Miller, Biological Sciences; Joshua Miller, General Studies; Mia A. Milton, Kinesiology; Marena R. Moore, Biological Sciences; Thomas M. Nedow, Athletic Training;
     Also, Daisha A. Nickelson, Biological Sciences; Manisha Parajuli, Nursing; Claire-Chapin Perilloux, General Studies; Kelly Prendergast, Biological Sciences; Angela D. Renaud, Nursing; Paris J. Richardson, Athletic Training; Laureana F. Robertson, General Studies; Cedryana M. Robinson, Art; Cali M. Sbisa, Health Sciences; Jonathan M. Scafidel, Industrial Technology; Caroline G. Sellers, Management; Anthony J. Spurlock, General Studies; Cedrion A. Stewart, Business Administration; Brandon A. Tallo, Biological Sciences; Katherine A. Taylor, History; Cilicia S. Thornton, Psychology; Rebekah N. Vasquez, Human Sciences; William L. Walch, General Studies; Aaron Z. Wallace, Music; Natasha A. Welch, Biological Sciences; Collin J. Whitcombe, Physics; Brooke A. Yates, General Studies;

     Independence — Emma C. Beckers, Mid Sch Spec Ed M/MOD Grd 4-8; Courtney M. Booth, Social Work; Luke R. DiBenedetto, Industrial Technology; William N. Dopp, V, Music; Lexie M. Gregory, Nursing; Banner B. Hammons, General Studies; Natalie M. Kelly, Communication; Austin C. McAndrew, Nursing; Emma Owens, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Hannah M. Pechon, Psychology; Kaylie E. Piller, Kinesiology; Asijah A. Singleton, Management;

     Kentwood — Hope L. Brister, Human Sciences; Rozelin R. Bush, General Studies; Ambria L. Cook, Communication; Lauren E. Gehringer, Spec Educ M/MOD Grades 1-5; Ethan T. Morgan, Industrial Technology; Salony Sehgal, Accounting;

     Loranger — Olivia N. Allen, Art; Catherine G. Cangelosi, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Jenna-Francis A. Duvic, Communication; Alissa S. Foster, Health Systems Management; Rhonda R. Hatfield, Music; William H. Lamonte, Engineering Technology; Lesia D. Lundy, General Studies; Raeleigh J. McGraw, Political Science; Katelyn M. Parrish, Biological Sciences; Lauren H. Payne, Biological Sciences; Madison I. Perez, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Taylor M. Trail, Management;

     Ponchatoula — Mason D. Alford, Criminal Justice; Tyrion M. Anderson, Accounting; Kade L. Bleakley, Supply Chain Management; Dara L. Calmes, Art; Stephanie L. Cole, Health Systems Management; Mark A. Cunningham Jr., Music; Selle G. Easterling, Psychology; Austin Flores, Finance; Ami N. Gauthier, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Emily R. Guagliardo, Music; Taylair R. Guidry, Nursing; Hunter Hollie, Physics; Ally V. Holloway, English; Cameron L. Hooper, Kinesiology; Amber L. Ingolia, Early/Childhood Education Grades PK-3; Samantha L. King, Criminal Justice; Trey E. Lagarde, History; Simon Landry, General Studies; Tyler N. LeBlanc, Engineering Technology; A’Myri A. Lewis, Criminal Justice; Tayler M. Lewis, Health Systems Management; Lyndsey M. Maginnis, General Studies;
     Also, Elena L. Mate, Criminal Justice; de’Ette M. McCabe, Marketing; Elayne V. Pape, Marketing; Mallory L. Pecoraro, General Studies; Emma E. Pinion, Biological Sciences; Tiara L. Plaisance, Biological Sciences; Kasslyn B. Pugh, General Studies; Mikayla P. Randall, Nursing; Mckay R. Rayborn, Business Administration; Hailey A. Reid, Marketing; Coryn R. Richardson, Biological Sciences; Kailie K. Robbins, Criminal Justice; Reilly A. Roberts, Kinesiology; Garrett Schexnayder, Mid Sch Spec Ed M/MOD Grd 4-8; Morgan E. Sibley, Marketing; Cher R. Siebenkittel, Mathematics; Lydia G. Stegall, Communication Sciences & Disorders; John T. Travis, Business Administration; Madalyn J. Turner, History; Athena Weinberger, Elementary Education Grades 1-5;

     Robert — Liseth Alvarez, Marketing; Edson F. Gonzalez, Finance; Andrea M. Jenkins, Social Work;
     Roseland — Winthrop C. Walker, Jr., Athletic Training;
     Tickfaw — Megan M. Arceneaux, Business Administration; Austin E. Benton, Computer Science; Brenda B. Gallaher, English; Eric M. Galofaro, General Studies; Donald W. Kogel III, Kinesiology; Sandra A. Lelleck, Accounting; Devin L. Meadows, Art; Lily C. Navarra, English Education; Neida Y. Rodriguez, Accounting; Blake T. Sigrest, Supply Chain Management; Sarah M. Spring, English Education;

Masters Degrees
     Houma — Annette S. Blanchard, Educational Leadership;

Bachelors Degrees
     Leesville — Marissa J. Parker, Biological Sciences;

Doctoral Degrees
     Bogalusa — Marie G. Goff, Educational Leadership Ed.D.;

Masters Degrees
     Bogalusa — Stephanie N. Bowman, Educational Leadership;

Bachelors Degrees
     Bogalusa — Tionne L. Brown, Business Administration; Joseph D. Ezell, History; Takeyah A. Johnson, Business Administration; Jacy A. Ladner, Psychology; Kimber A. Peters, English; Destiny M. Richardson, Art; Abby G. Thomas, Marketing;

     Franklinton — Mackenzie L. Angelo, Social Studies Education; Thomas J. Arthur, Management; Christa M. Brown, Criminal Justice; Marissa M. Buttone, Human Sciences; Hannah J. Crain, Middle School Education Grades 4-8; Carlie A. Felps, Human Sciences; Aaron M. Ignacek, Mathematics; Colin L. Jordan, Health Systems Management; Jenny R. Morgan, Human Sciences; Makayla F. Taylor, Biological Sciences; Hunter B. Temples, Biological Sciences; Tiquanna Z. Toomer, Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment; Jalyn Warren, Human Sciences; Hunter S. Welch, Art; Mattie C. Williams, Psychology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Brusly — Gabrielle L. Mancuso, Elementary Education Grades 1-5; Austin J. Melancon, Industrial Technology; Jenadrik A. Murphy, Political Science; Noah J. Price, Communication Sciences & Disorders; Aimee R. Vince, English;
     Erwinville — Drake S. Dugas, Criminal Justice;
     Port Allen — Trinity C. Brown, Communication; Abigail R. Genre, Accounting; Antarius J. Jackson, Biological Sciences; Joshua P. LeJeune, History; Mason R. Maurer, Industrial Technology;

Bachelors Degrees
     Saint Francisville — Gabrielle Core, Biological Sciences; Katherene R. LeBlanc, Nursing; Maggie A. Ritchie, Art