Jacksonville State University graduated its largest class in school history – 895 graduations – at the conclusion of the 2020 spring term. Due to COVID-19, the actual graduation has been postponed until August 1.

These Marshall County students were among the record breaking class:

Guntersville

Abigail Hotalen, graphic design

Trevan Pankey, exercise science/wellness

Horton

Taylor Gore, criminal justice

Emily Smith, nursing

Kristin White, early childhood education

Kristinia Amos, nursing

Arab

Kelsie Heitert, management

Sydnie Marsh, early childhood eduation

Albertville

Joshua Beaird, psychology

Lexie Brown, nursing

Ashlyn Hambey, accounting

Brittany McCool, social work

Sergio Zavala, psychology

Andrew Petty, secondary education/general science

Atziry Rentz, nursing

John Bates, exercise science/wellness

Boaz

Jonathan Cole, physical education

Taylor Kelley, social work

Ivy Wilson, nursing

Olin Collins, English

Dustin Mason, exercise science/wellness

Emma Kelley, social work

Jessica Lee, management

Dalton Murphree, computer science

Rachael Rogers, nursing

Brett Johnson, public administration

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