More than 500 Central Methodist University graduates from Fayette and statewide campuses, as well as online, were recognized as they walked across the commencement stage in May.
Graduates were recognized for academic honors at the ceremony and were treated to a commencement address by former Missouri judge and lawmaker Ted House.
The following local students were among the graduates:
Jennifer Brianne Chancellor of Otterville, Bachelor of Science/Communication Studies;
Maddison Suzanne Cook of Cole Camp, Bachelor of Science/Exercise Science; and
Kooper Riley Wilson of Fortuna, Bachelor of Science in Education/Physical Education.
Wilson also graduated Cum Laude.