Lamar University conferred 1752 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies recently.

Below are Lamar’s spring 2015 graduates and their majors, listed according to their hometowns. The list is based on information provided by the Office of the Registrar.

Local graduates include:

Masters:

Mauriceville: Megan Willette, speech language pathology.

Orange: Chase Michael Angelle, accounting; Cynthia Estelle Williams, counseling and development; Tasha Shavon Brewer, criminal justice; Jennifer Anne Parkhurst, educational administration; Kristin Ramirez, health promotion; Kevin Eric Broussard, history and Danielle Elizabeth Steele, speech language pathology.

Starks: Hannah Joy Shields, business administration.

Vidor: David Ochoa Jr., counseling and development; Brandy Anderson, Tyler Lee Chesson and Elizabeth Hoffpauir, speech language pathology.

Bachelors:

Bridge City: Morgan Rae Walston, communication; Colton Romero, electrical engineering; Jessica Ann Franklin, exercise science and fitness management; Brittany Hope Carpenter, finance; Bryce Staggs, general studies; Shelby Lynne Maxwell Clark, interdisciplinary studies; Lexie Leigh Kennedy, marketing; Logan Bryant, Jacob Nicholas Howard and Samuel Joseph Placette, mechanical engineering; Summer Suzanne Hix, Adam Wilmot Prosperie, Shane Stankus and Amy Nicole Taylor, nursing and Kayla McKinley Perkins, studio art.

Mauriceville: Edward Leonard Yeagens, applied arts and sciences.

Orange: Teresha Ann Caswell, Crystal Renae Vidrine, accounting; John Mitchell, Gregory Phillips, applied arts and sciences; Allison Lee Faulk, Casey Sparks, biology; Derek Douglas Borel, MD Rajibul Hasan, Jordan Alan King, Bria Ryan Thibodeaux, chemical  engineering; Charles Robert Bray, Dakota James Rowley, Jacob Bryan Spurgeon, communication; Tammy Rene’ VanZandt, Heather Nicole Wilkinson, criminal justice; Daniel Bernard Rondomanski, electrical engineering; Sara Michelle Mcpherson, exercise science and fitness management; Devan Renee Hughes, family studies; Krista Marie Adams, Jessica Ann Long, fashion retailing/merchandising; Chelsea Gentz Fountain, finance; Amanda Micheal Toups, graphic design; Mallory Clara Horton, Treyvon E’Ray Trahan, history; Meagan McRill Garrett, human resource management; Kailey Michelle Guillot, interdisciplinary studies; Ashlee Divine Broussard, kinesiology; Derrick Alan Evans, Shanita Marie Maceda, management information systems; Donovan Ray Weldon II, marketing; Brittany Hannah Derouen, mathematics; Kolby Dakota Smith, mechanical engineering; Justin Michael Hargraves, music; Hayley Brooke Hardin, Shelby Nicole Harmon, Amanda Lyn Jones, Marissa Faith Wyatt, nursing; Cara Annette Pattarozzi, nutrition, dietetics and hospitality administration; Brittany Ann Lytle, psychology; Georgeann Marie Smith, social work;  Tina Marie Andrews, sociology and Kaley Pennington, speech and hearing sciences.

Orangefield: Cameron Michael Lafleur, construction management and Jenna Caitlyn Cook, family studies.

Vidor: Scott Howard, applied arts and sciences; Jacob Aaron Rhodes, biology; Christopher Lusich, chemical engineering; Brandon Paul Aldrich, communication; William Jiminez, Cody Levi Worth, computer science and mathematics (two degrees); Adam Jesse Coleman, Melissa Lynne Posey, criminal justice; Zachery Peevey, electrical engineering; Ashton Mariah Emerson, entrepreneurship; Vincent Scott Armstrong, exercise science and fitness management; Brittni Rachelle Thibodeaux, finance; Stefanie Bouillion, general business and management information systems (two degrees); Kaitlyn Danielle Hinch, graphic design; Morgan Gabrielle Jiminez, Adrian Gregory Morgan, history; Chin’Lee Charlotte Harvey, human resource management; Jammie Lee Bertrand, Alicia Marie Copeland, Candace Lauren Tant, Courtney Williams, interdisciplinary studies; Krista Renee Powell, kinesiology; William Matthew Barnes, mechanical engineering; Rui Correia, Angela Gau, Jeannie Marie Zimmerman, nursing; Jacqueline Hernandez, psychology; Jessica Faith Waldrop, social work and Brandi Denae Whittington, speech and hearing sciences.