Next Stop: Graduate School
Matthew Ferguson '11 (left) has been accepted by Louisiana Tech's Master's in Theatre Program, and Evan Goetz '11 will pursue his MFA at Savannah College of Art and Design.

By Alicia Smith '12

Several members of the graduating class of 2011 are using their Limestone experiences as launching pads to further their educations and enroll in some of the most prestigious graduate schools in the region.


Theatre majors Rebecca Adams and Matthew Ferguson were accepted to Louisiana Tech in Ruston, LA where they both will pursue their master's degrees in Theatre.

Graduates Zita Campbell, Kim Curry, Charlotte Lee, Addie McCafferty, Shannel McNeir-Kalu, William Merriweather, Anitra Mims, Tyrone Smalls, and Anitra Wages will be attending the University of South Carolina's College of Social Work in Columbia in hopes of continuing their studies and receiving their master's degrees in Social Work.

Rice University in Houston, Texas is the next stop for Math major Caleb Fast who will be pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Mathematics.

Theatre major Evan Goetz has been accepted to the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia to receive his Master of Fine Arts in Acting and continue to hone his craft.

Biology major Shelley Hutchison will travel to Wingate, North Carolina to attend Wingate University's School of Pharmacy in order to earn her Ph.D in Pharmacology.

Chacitie Jones, a Social Work major, was accepted to Webster University in Greenville, SC. Chacitie will be working towards receiving her degree in Counseling.

English major Ellen Moore will attend the University in North Carolina at Charlotte to complete her Master's of Arts in English.

April Williams, a Social Work major, will be enrolling in Capella University to work towards her Master of Social Work degree.