Holt Commencement 2019 in Photos

May 17, 2019

By Office of Marketing

Hamilton Holt students in their commencement attire.
Photo by Photo by Scott Cook.

A look back at some of our favorite moments from the Hamilton Holt School’s 2019 commencement.

On Saturday, May 11, graduates of Rollins’ Hamilton Holt School participated in the 2019 commencement celebration in the Harold & Ted Alfond Sports Center. The commencement address was delivered by Ben Brotemarkle ’93 ’97MLS, executive director of the Florida Historical Society.

Photos by Scott Cook.

The ceremony honored the accomplishments of the graduates and esteemed faculty members. The following received special recognition at the ceremony.

Student Awards

Outstanding Graduating Senior

Shannon Burrows

Outstanding Graduate for the Master of Arts in Counseling Program

Michelle Sullivan

2019 Kappa Delta Pi Award

Crystal Campoverde

Maria Ruiz Memorial Research Award

Angie Van Arsdale

Public Health Service Award

Jackie Wright

Faculty Awards

Walter E. Barden Distinguished Teaching Award

Robin Wilson, dance professor

Daniel and Kyle Riva Distinguished Faculty Award

Stacey Dunn, professor of psychology

Students wearing caps and gowns walk to a commencement ceremony on Rollins College’s campus.

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