As the Mountaineer community eagerly prepares to recognize the achievements of West Virginia University December and August 2021 graduates, the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences will honor the first cohort of Health and Well-being students to earn their degrees.
“Working with Health and Well-being students is such a great experience. The students have a wide range of career interests within Health and Well-being professions. We have had the privilege to work with each student to help them reach their individual goals,” Colton Metzger, student success coordinator, said.
“It is bittersweet to watch the first group of students graduate from the program. However, I am excited to see the great things they will do in the future. I have no doubt the graduates are prepared for their career fields. I sincerely wish them the best of luck in their upcoming endeavors.”
Hanah Burgess, Camille Flamm, Justin Hardwick and Gavin McDonald will walk across the Coliseum stage on Dec. 18 while family, friends, faculty and staff watch from the stands. Meet the four graduates and learn about their experiences as students and their career goals.