PRLog - June 3, 2011 - PROVO, Utah -- The 2011 class of Stevens-Henager College Provo/Orem will receive their college diplomas Thursday, June 9. The graduates join the thousands of alumni who have received career training from Stevens-Henager through degree programs in business, graphic arts, healthcare, and information technology.
The program will commence with a special keynote address from Miss Utah, Christina Lowe.
Stevens-Henager College was established in 1891 and is one of the oldest colleges in Utah. The college has built a reputation over the years for training generations of successful graduates. This year’s graduating class has 129 students.
“Our graduates this year have persevered to overcome many obstacles. Some of our graduates balanced attending classes with full-time jobs or caring for children or sick loved ones, and others hadn’t even considered college as part of their plan until they found Stevens-Henager. I am not only proud of our graduates, but also proud of our current students and alumni for their commitment to earning their degree,” said Ken Plant, regional director at Stevens-Henager College Provo/Orem.
What: Stevens-Henager College 2011 Commencement Ceremony
Where: Alpine Tabernacle in American Fork
110 E Main St.
American Fork, Utah 84003
When: Thursday, June 9, 2011, 6:00 p.m.
For more information about Stevens-Henager College or its upcoming commencement ceremony, contact Kavitha Thimmaiah at 303.433.7020 or kthimmaiah@csg-
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