WCU Alumni Ends Successful 2018 By Honoring Graduates at Inaugural Awards Ceremony

West Coast University graduates from across the country gathered this December to recognize all of the contributions WCU Alumni have made during the 2018 school year.

2018 Award Winners

Notable Alumni: William Gray

Young Alumni:
Maria Andrade & Monica Bermudez

Distinguished Alumni: Andrew Tran, JD Buchert & Robert Agaverdian

WCU Proud: Brittney Ayers, Edmund Alfonso, Faith Brawner, Jonathan Llamas & Nune Stepanyan

Distinguished International Service: William Gallegos

Outstanding Faculty and Associate: Khadeer Khan, WCU-LA; Dania Puentes, WCU-Miami

Department Award: Online Career Services & University Facilities

Supporter Award: Melissa Sprange & Steven Villa

Men in Nursing Campaign: Andrew Tran, Edmund Alfonso, Jonathan Llamas, Josiah Jones, Shawn Palmer & William Gallegos

Since its founding in 2016, the WCU Alumni Network has grown steadily to a community of more than 4,000 alumni, students and supporters. This expansive network has helped raise funds over the past year to support the WCU Alumni Scholarship Fund, which will provide WCU graduates and students with financial assistance to complete their education and career goals.

This year has also brought the creation of the very first WCU Alumni chapter in Texas. This group will support alumni in the Dallas/Fort Worth area by providing networking opportunities, support of future alumni and encouraging unity among Texas WCU graduates.

In 2019, the WCU Alumni Relations team will begin awarding scholarships from the Alumni Scholarship Fund and establish a WCU Alumni chapter to California.

At the inaugural WCU Alumni Awards event, attendees enjoyed a night of networking with fellow WCU graduates, delicious food, fun dance floor and a raffle for WCU gear. Photos from the event can be found on our Facebook page.

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