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CU valedictorians and salutatorians of 2023
Campbellsville University 2023 co-valedictorians, with their degree listed, are as follows: Angela Dawn Carman, of Liberty, Ky. (Bachelor of Social Work); Victoria Danielle Marie Cox, of Campbellsville, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication Area); Elinor Marie Keck, of LaGrange, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Marriage and Family Ministry); Mason Andrew Lee, of Brandenburg, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Physical Education, P-12); Kate Proctor, of Jamestown, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Mathematics); Carly Brooke Sage, of Louisville, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Psychology); and Logan Wade Verble, of Goreville, Ill. (Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration).
Campbellsville University 2023 co-salutatorians were Macy Jo Brown, of Greensburg, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Accounting); Austin Lanham, of Greensburg, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in General Business); and Lauren Alexandra Phillips, of Campbellsville, Ky. (Bachelor of Science in Theater).
Of the 1,344 students receiving degrees in commencement ceremonies, 17 received associate's degrees, 332 received bachelor's, 989 received master's and six received doctorate degrees.
Candidates for graduation receive their degrees on the recommendation of the faculty and the approval of the Board of Trustees.
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