Six UCCS employees, family members to graduate in spring 2024

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Among the 1,300 graduates who will celebrate earning their degrees during the spring 2024 UCCS Commencement ceremonies, six are UCCS employees or family.

Employees who will earn degrees as part of the spring class of 2024 include:

  • Bridget Roberts, Scholarship Program Coordinator, Master of Social Work
  • Melisa Rondomanski, Younger Preschool Lead Teacher, Bachelor of Arts in Inclusive Early Childhood Education
  • Angello Soto, Admissions Counselor, Master of Arts in Leadership in Education
  • Megan Wendling, Research Assistant at the Lyda Hill Institute for Human Resilience, Master of Arts in Psychology

Relatives earning degrees include:

  • Sydney M. Bailey, daughter of Wendi Clouse, Chief Enrollment Strategist; earning a Bachelor of Arts in Visual and Performing Arts
  • Kyle Owens, son of Kathy Prue-Owens, Assistant Professor in the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences; earning a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies
  • Ryan Schulz, husband of Tessa Schulz, Customer Service Specialist in the Office of the Registrar; earning a Bachelor of Science in Business
  • Rebekah Tonyan, wife of Joel Tonyan, Director of User Experience & Associate Professor; earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communication

If you are aware of an addition to be made to this list, please email the Office of University Communications.

Many staff take advantage of the tuition benefit provided to CU employees and qualified dependents. UCCS employees can waive up to twelve credits per academic year for undergraduate and graduate courses. For additional information, visit CU Employee Services.