Local Students Graduate from Azusa Pacific

by Rachel White
January 17, 2013 • 710 views

Azusa, CA

The following students graduated from Azusa Pacific University on Saturday., December 15, 2012. They joined approximately 750 graduates at the winter commencement ceremonies.

Covina resident Amanda Aguilar graduated with a Business Administration degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Covina resident Susan Borck graduated with a Social Work degree in Bachelor of Social Work.

West Covina resident Joseph Bravo graduated with a Nursing degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Rosemead resident Stephanie Contreras graduated with a Business Administration degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Los Angeles resident Steven Dang graduated with a Business Administration degree in Bachelor of Arts.

West Covina resident Richie Gallegos graduated with a Nursing degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

West Covina resident Ryan Gallegos graduated with a Nursing degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Alhambra resident Ciji Linares graduated with a Social Work degree in Bachelor of Social Work.

Covina resident Rita Lomeli graduated with a Psychology degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Covina resident Isabel Medina graduated with a Business: Accounting degree in Bachelor of Science.

Whittier resident Zachary Mendoza graduated with a Psychology degree in Bachelor of Arts.

West Covina resident Paul Miguel graduated with a Nursing – High Desert degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

La Puente resident Erika Miranda graduated with a Nursing degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

San Dimas resident Jordan Mojica graduated with a Nursing degree in Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Tacoma resident Katherine Murphy graduated with a Business: Marketing degree in Bachelor of Science.

Temple City resident Katharine Tompkin graduated with a Visual Art degree in Bachelor of Fine Arts.

Altadena resident Brandi Zamora graduated with a Psychology degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Pasadena resident Benjamin Zobrist graduated with a Christian Ministries degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Azusa Pacific University is an evangelical, Christian university committed to God First and excellence in higher education. With 52 undergraduate majors, 28 master’s degrees, 10 credentials, 8 doctoral programs, and 14 certificates, the university offers its nearly 10,000 students a quality education on campus, online, and at seven regional centers throughout Southern California.

www.apu.edu | twitter.com/azusapacificnow

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