“Be kind and work hard and I promise you amazing things will happen,” Ashli Schmidt Watts, senior vice president of public affairs for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, told a record number of 2,279 students who received degrees from Campbellsville University during three commencement ceremonies May 3 and 4.

Area students include:

BIG CLIFTY. William Crawford, bachelor of Science in Biology.

BONNIEVILLE. Mason Roten, Associate of Science in Criminal Justice.

BOSTON. Rachel Wolf, Bachelor of Science in Political Science.

BRANDENBURG. Katie Phelps, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Primary-5l; and Christian Cox, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Area/Management.

CECILIA. Sarah Banker, Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Educcation.

CLARKSON. Jessica Johnson, Bachelor of Science in Biology; and Paula Nicole Smallwood, Teacher Leader Master of Arts in Education.

EASTVIEW. Tiffany Henderman, Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Primary-5; and Bradley Larimer, Master of Business Administration.

ELIZABETHTOWN. Ruari Staton, Bachelor of Arts in Pastoral Ministries Area; Angie Brent, Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education; Sandra Marie Stillwell, Bachelor of Science in Marriage and Family Ministry; Steeley Shacklette, Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication Area; Amanda Belcher, Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN; Amelia Miller, Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN; William Cook, Master of Business Administration; Justin Jacobs, Master of Business Administration; Shauna Thompson, Master of Arts in Education School Counseling; Colleen Ames, Master of Arts in Music; Bo Kim, Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of other Language; Clara Cook, Master of Social Work Foundation; Carrie Jordan, Master of Social Work with Clinical Track; and Jesslyn McCandless, Master of Social Work with Clinical Track.

LEBANON JUNCTION. Shalena Burton, Master in Marriage and Family Therapy Program; and Lutitia Herron, Master of Arts in Education School Counseling.

LEITCHFIELD. Corbin Harris, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Area/Marketing; Madi­son Stewart, Bachelor of Science in Business Admini­stration Area/Management; Melissa Mudd, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Area/Management; Sahale Christian, Master of Arts in Education School Counseling; Jessica McKinney, Master of Social Work Generalist; Carrie Mercer, Master of Science in Justice Studies Public Servant Leadership and Social Justice.

MAGNOLIA. Chonda Saettel, Master of Social Work; and Tabitha Smith, Teacher Leader Master of Arts in Special Education.

NEW HAVEN. Melinda Norris, Master of Social Work Foundation.

RADCLIFF. Christopher Humfleet, Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration Area.

UPTON. Taylor Harvard, Bachelor of Science in Educational Ministries.

VINE GROVE. William Ratliff, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Area/Marketing; and Justin Nelson, Master of Business Administration.