Fifteen graduate from USC Upstate

Eight named to Spring 2016 Chancellor’s List

SPARTANBURG —Fifteen residents of the Union County area are among the students to graduate from USC Upstate in May.

The University of South Carolina Upstate recognized May graduates during commencement exercises held May 3 on the Quad behind the John C. Stockwell Administration Building. The Spring 2016 graduates honored included:

• Kevin Bennett of Jonesville

• Anastasia Cureton of Union

• Dylan Davis of Pacolet

• Brandon Eubanks of Union

• Miranda Fuller of Pauline

• Annelise Gilmer of Pacolet

• Kristen Good of Union

• Hunter Hice of Pacolet

• Kylin Hunter of Whitmire

• Christopher Jeter of Union

• Corey Jeter of Union

• Tyler Lance of Union

• Christina Maness of Union

• Jared Stone of Enoree

• Amber Williams of Union

Chancellor’s List

The following are students were named to the USC Upstate Chancellor’s List for Spring 2016 including:

• Kristin Clayton of Jonesville

• Courtney Everette of Enoree

• Annelise Gilmer of Pacolet

• Bradley Hamilton of Enoree

• Shimia Hunter of Whitmire

• Brantley Pressley of Whitmire

• Rachel Ranly of Pauline

• Stephen Thomas of Whitmire

To be eligible for the Chancellor’s List, students must earn a 4.0 and be enrolled in at least 12 course hours.

USC Upstate offers more than 40 bachelor’s degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business administration, nursing, and teacher education, and master’s degrees in education, informatics, and nursing. Among the fastest-growing universities in South Carolina, USC Upstate is a diverse and dynamic community of 6,000 students from across the Upstate, 36 states, and 15 countries. As a leading metropolitan universities in the Southeast, USC Upstate has its main campus in Spartanburg, two locations in Greenville, and a growing number of programs online. The USC Upstate Spartans, which fields 17 varsity sports, compete on the NCAA Division I level as a member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. Nearly 26,000 alumni have earned degrees from USC Upstate and approximately 85 percent choose to remain in the Upstate region to build their lives and careers, making a significant impact of the region’s economy and quality of life. Learn more at
Eight named to Spring 2016 Chancellor’s List

This story courtesy of USC Upstate.

This story courtesy of USC Upstate.

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