Featured Graduates

Grad’s path to degree included extra rigor

By almost any measure, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in nursing requires commitment to a rigorous schedule. The same could be said for being a college student-athlete. Madison Treu did both.

Trailblazing grad now one degree stronger in leadership

Although she earned an MBA with a focus on Women in Leadership in May 2024, one could argue that Adriana Grosch for years has been blazing a trail for other Latinas to follow.

Barely old enough to drive, grad is on path to PhD

To the casual observer, Hana Taylor Schlitz may look awfully young to be a college graduate.

That’s because she is.

Hana, who graduated May 10 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Texas Woman’s University, just turned 16 years old in February.  

TWU’s spirit leader leaves big shoes to fill

It may have been Andy Hackett’s final activity when he crossed the stage to accept his diploma from Texas Woman’s University, but the legacy he left behind as the university’s spirit leader means there will be very big shoes to fill.

Figuratively and literally.

Before graduation, a final feather in her cap

College of Business student Dayssy Moreno was one of 47 accounting students from across the state of Texas to receive the Accounting Excellence Award from The Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.