La Porte County students graduate from Manchester University 

NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. - Manchester University conferred undergraduate, professional and graduate degrees to 331 students on May 18.

La Porte County students receiving a degree:

La Porte: Roman Angone, Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, with a double major in psychology and modern languages; Carly Kwiecien, Bachelor of Science, magna cum laude, with double major in communication studies and English; Joshua McCoy, Bachelor of Science, cum laude, in accounting; Cassandra Nickerson, Bachelor of Arts with a double major business management and Spanish; Matthew Pritz, Bachelor of Science in business management; Mitchell Espinosa, Bachelor of Arts in history; Abigail McVay, Bachelor of Science in psychology

Rolling Prairie: Brianna Hill, Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, with a double major in business management and Spanish

Westville: Nicholas Haynes, Bachelor of Arts in marketing; Emily Rogers, Bachelor of Science, cum laude, criminal justice

University of Findlay announces 2018-19 graduates

FINDLAY, Ohio — The University of Findlay recently held commencement ceremonies on May 4. More than 800 graduates earned doctoral, master's, bachelor's or associate degrees for the academic year 2018-19.

Local students include:

Jaclyn Heath, of La Porte, received the following: Master of Business Administration.

Kelsey Shumaker, of Union Mills, received the following: Bachelor of Science in Wellness and Exercise Promotion.

Brittany Borzych, of Westville, received the following: Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science and Chemistry.

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