Hattiesburg, Miss., May 10, 2013 - Sen. John Polk will speak at one of William Carey University’s commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 18, at 9:30 a.m. in Smith Auditorium on the Hattiesburg campus. Nearly 800 students will graduate from WCU in four ceremonies. This ceremony is for students receiving undergraduate degrees from the school of arts and letters, school of nursing and school of natural and behavioral sciences.
Noonkester School of Arts and Letters
How the Noonkester School Got Its Name
The Noonkester School is named for Dr. J. Ralph Noonkester and Mrs. Naomi Hopkins Noonkester, who served as president and first lady of William Carey College from 1956 to 1989.
All of our art courses are taught by professional, working artists who understand what it takes to live a creative life. Our graduates are working in areas all across the country. As a Baptist supported school, we also operate within the framework of Christian morals and values.
- Overseas study programs
- Pre-professional advisement in law
- Study, internship and research opportunities in the Carey Center, Museum and Research Collection
- Opportunities for study and expression in the award-winning theatre, communication and art departments
- Study in programs in history, literature, writing, and foreign language
Please direct questions or comments to email@example.com or to Mrs. Shirley Edmundson in the dean’s office at (601) 318-6118.