Campus News 2013
For Immediate Release
May 15, 2013
Schreiner University celebrates largest graduating class in school history
On Saturday, May 11, Schreiner University graduated the largest undergraduate class in school history in the Edington Center and Gymnasium on the Schreiner campus.
The undergraduate class totaled 159 students, 23 of which were part of the first BSN class. The BSN graduates will sit for their NCLEX in the next month or so, and if all pass, SU’s BSN program will earn full accreditation.
Schreiner students graduating with an advanced degree totaled 16. Eight students earned their masters of education degrees, and eight attained their masters of business administration degrees. This is the first ever masters of business administration class to graduate from SU.
Ana Rosales Salazar ’04 and Dr. Joey King, the executive director of that National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education and vice president for innovation at Southwestern University were keynote speakers during the celebrations.
The faculty and staff of Schreiner University would like to congratulate each and every May 2014 graduate.
For more information about Schreiner, visit www.schreiner.edu.