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February 28, 2014

Fall 2013 Commencement

MONTEVALLO – Almost 230 University of Montevallo students received their diplomas at fall commencement Dec. 13. The commencement speaker was Andrew Young, politician, human rights activist and businessman. Following the address, Dr. John W. Stewart III, UM president, conferred degrees upon some 165 candidates for bachelor’s degrees, 62 candidates for master’s degrees and two candidates for the educational specialist degree. After students received their diplomas, Jim Methvin, president of the National Alumni Association, inducted graduates into the 21,000-member organization.

To view the complete list of students, visit Fall 2013 Commencement list.

Press ReleasesSeptember 20, 2017

President’s Outdoor Scholars Program promote National Hunting & Fishing Day at state press conference

On Tuesday, Sept. 19, representatives from several Alabama outdoor organizations gathered for a press conference at the Lower Wetumpka Shotgun Sports Club to promote the forthcoming National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 23.  William Crawford, director of the University of Montevallo President’s Outdoor Scholars Program, was one of six speakers at the press conference. He discussed how the program not only engages […]

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Press ReleasesSeptember 20, 2017

Hazel Green student elected student trustee for SGA

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Press ReleasesSeptember 15, 2017

Montevallo and Lawson State announce partnership with continuUM program

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