Six Locals Graduate from Springfield College

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SPRINGFIELD, MA (07/02/2019)-- Springfield College Recognizes 2019 Graduates

  • Eliza Poutenis of Sandwich, MA, has earned a bachelor's of science degree in Athletic Training from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.
  • Taylor Field of Eastham, MA, has earned a bachelor's of science degree in Health Science Pre-Physical Therapy from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.
  • Alexandra Pace of Sandwich, MA, has earned a bachelor's of science degree in Health Science Pre-Physical Therapy from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.
  • Gavin Jepson of Sandwich, MA, has earned a bachelor's of science degree in Health Science Pre-Physician Assistant from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.
  • Cecila King of Mashpee, MA, has earned a bachelor's of science degree in Human Services from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.
  • Jillian Macdonald of South Yarmouth, MA, has earned a doctor of physical therapy degree in Physical Therapy from Springfield College for studies completed in 2019.

At the undergraduate commencement on May 19, 695 bachelor's degrees were awarded. Including the degrees awarded at the graduate ceremony on May 18, a total of 1,265 degrees were awarded over the two days. At the graduate commencement, 522 master's degrees, one certificate of advanced graduate study, five Doctor of Philosophy degrees, 36 Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees, and six Doctor of Psychology degrees were awarded.

Springfield College is an independent, nonprofit, coeducational institution founded in 1885. Nearly 5,000 students, including 2,500 full-time undergraduate students, study at its main campus in Springfield, Mass., and at its regional campuses across the country. Springfield College inspires students through the guiding principles of its Humanics philosophy - educating in spirit, mind, and body for leadership in service to others.


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