Welcome new students!
Psychology graduate Deven Kincaid, pictured with his family. Deven will continue his Psychology studies at the University of Tennessee - Chattanooga. He plans to eventually become a Physical Therapist.
Congrats Spring 2018 graduates!
Matthew Nowak attained his degree in University Studies today. He was also an editor for the literary arts magazine, Pioneer Pen, this semester. Matthew says he has loved being around nice people, and enjoyed working on the magazine. He is considering attending Trevecca University in his future for songwriting, and plans to write songs this summer.
Pictured here are graduates Inez Rivera-Soto and Kailyn Fournier. Both students are University Studies degree holders as of today. Kailyn will transfer to Western Kentucky University and Inez to Trevecca University. For more pictures of Vol State's Spring 2018 graduation, please visit Facebook.com/volstate
Need a quick stressbuster? The Thigpen Library welcomes back licensed therapy dogs on Tuesday, April 1st, from 10 A.M. - 1 P.M. Hugging a pet releases the natural feel good hormone oxytocin, which can physiologically lower heart rate and cortisol levels, aka stress. Come get some puppy love. Special thanks to petpartners.org for their volunteers. Free food and beverages are also available.
Team Change promotes environmental awareness and organizes eco-friendly, sustainable projects on campus and in the community. Pictured here is Team Change president Cayman Threet with club advisor Dr. Dayhuff at the 2018 Spring Fling. Do you love the environment and want to make a difference? Team Change seeks a new club president. For more info, contact Dr. Dayhuff at Le-Ellen.Dayhuff@volstate.edu RECYCLE. REUSE. REDUCE. ♻️