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Murray, Kentucky — Murray State University’s College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) has honored high-achieving regional high school seniors who have been accepted into various programs within the college. The Golden Scholars’ Dessert Reception was held on Friday, March 17 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm in Alexander Hall.

There were 11 students in attendance, as well as their parents or guests. Attendees had the opportunity to learn more about their programs by meeting with faculty, speaking with representatives from the Murray State University Alumni Association and Office of Development, as well as discussing tuition and scholarships with the Office of Financial Aid.

Dr. David Whaley, Dean of the College, shared remarks about the College, and the importance of its teaching and human services fields, as the award winner was announced at the end of the ceremony.

Ms. Tressa Ross, Recruitment and Retention Coordinator, distributed certificates to students in recognition of their success, commitment to pursuing higher education, and interest in service careers.

Pictures of the Golden Scholars Dessert Reception can be found on the College’s Facebook at the address facebook.com/murraystcoehson Instagram at instagram.com/murraystcoehs/ and on Twitter at twitter.com/murraystcoehsas well as in a photo album on Flickr at bit.ly/3UcEXLv. In addition, a video summary of the event can be viewed on YouTube at bit.ly/414tvDN Submitted by Jeremy McKell.

To learn more about the College of Education and Human Services at Murray State University and the programs that are offered, please visit murraystate.edu/coehs.

About Murray State University: Since 1922, Murray State University has provided a collaborative learning community that is rich in opportunity and fosters personal growth and professional success through a high-quality undergraduate experience. Students receive support from inspiring faculty and staff and will join a distinguished campus community – the Racer Family. With nearly 10,000 students, Murray State is preparing the next generation of leaders to join more than 80,000 successful alumni who are making a difference in their community, across the country and around the world. We are contestants. The university’s main campus is located in Murray, Kentucky, and it has five regional campuses in Ft. Campbell, Henderson, Hopkinsville, Madisonville, and Paducah.

To learn more about Murray State University, please visit murraystate.edu.