Bradley University congratulates the nearly 300 students who received their academic degrees in December.

Area students graduating include:

Jack Walter of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in Accounting 3/2.

Allison Gottwald of Morton (61550) graduated with a major in Management and Leadership Human Resource Management.

Kerra Fisher of Metamora (61548) graduated with a major in Communication Sports Communication.

Sydney Ksycki of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in Music Business.

Aria Cramer of Germantwn Hls (61548) graduated with a major in Music Education Vocal.

Brant Martin of Eureka (61530) graduated with a major in Mechanical Engineering.

Emily English of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in Mechanical Engineering.

Clayton Cone of Morton (61550) graduated with a major in Mechanical Engineering Energy.

Kathryn Lockhart of Metamora (61548) graduated with a major in Manufacturing Engr Technology.

Luke Burmeister of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in Manufacturing Engr Technology.

Abigail Green of Morton (61550) graduated with a major in Elementary Education ESL Endorsement.

Baylie Little of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in High School Education.

Steven Robinson of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in Business Administration.

Dylan Stork of Eureka (61530) graduated with a major in Leadership in Ed Admin.

Heather Pierce of Tremont (61568) graduated with a major in MSN Family Nurse Practitioner.

Christa Jaglinski of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in MSN Family Nurse Practitioner.

Joshua Moughler of Germantwn Hills (61548) graduated with a major in Computer Information Systems.

Kasey Miller of Washington (61571) graduated with a major in English Creative Writing.

Bradley University is a top-ranked, private university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 5,400 undergraduate and graduate students the resources of a larger university and the personal attention of a smaller university. More than 185 academic programs are offered in business, communications, education, engineering, fine arts, health sciences, liberal arts and sciences, and technology.