As graduation approaches, many seniors will find themselves in Dr. Patricia Chastain’s office looking for career advice. Chastain, the student employee coordinator for Career Services, recommends that students find their own path after graduation. “For students close to graduation, they should find out what works for them as individuals and
On a memorable day for more than 270 Texas Wesleyan graduates, Aslam Khan, the chief executive officer of TGI Friday’s and chairman of Falcon Holdings, told them to ask themselves one important question. “‘What is the purpose?’” Khan asked during his speech as the keynote speaker at Wesleyan’s Saturday graduation ceremony at MacGormen Chapel on the Southwestern Theological Baptist
Senior political science and English major Zahraa Saheb and several other seniors gathered at Lou’s Place Tuesday morning for the 2018 Spring Grad Kickoff. “I’m very excited about graduating,” Saheb said. “I’m just here to get more information about what I can do to successfully graduate.” At the kickoff, which
The Texas Wesleyan Spring 2017 Graduation Kickoff took place at Lou’s Place on Tuesday. After signing in, students could visit various tables with representatives for financial aid, job searches, financial holds and fees, alumni, robing and hooding, cap and gown, grad school, and Jostens, a company that sells class rings.
On Saturday, Wesleyan graduated more than 300 students at the MacGormen Chapel of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; the event featured alumni Dr. Juan Quintana as the keynote speaker. Quintana graduated from Wesleyan’s GPNA program in 1996 with a master’s degree in health science with an emphasis on anesthesia.