Snapshot: Fort Sill Graduation Ceremony

| April 29, 2014
Congratulations to the graduates from Webster University’s Fort Sill (Okla.) campus, pictured at their commencement ceremony on April 25.

Congratulations to the graduates from Webster University’s Fort Sill campus location, pictured at their commencement ceremony on April 25.

Graduate candidates from Webster University’s Fort Sill, Oklahoma, campus location were honored as part of the Fort Sill combined college graduation ceremony held April 25. Brig. Gen. Mike Callan (ret.), associate vice president for Military and Governmental Affairs, attended the commencement ceremony and the Delta Mu Delta Induction, and visited with Post’s Commanding General, School Commandants and Garrison Commander.

“Our students were honored to have Gen. Callan attend,” said southwest regional director, Sandra Kunz. “Students were extraordinarily moved, as we requested that they pause, enjoy, appreciate and relish this point in time, celebrating their academic achievement.” Kunz greeted each of the graduates just prior to the start of the ceremony, and stated in her opening remarks, “Webster University has offered graduate degree courses at Fort Sill since 1989, and we’re very proud to continue serving those who serve this great nation.”

Fort Sill, located 90 miles southwest of Oklahoma City, is home of the U.S. Army’s Field Artillery and Air Defense Artillery Training Command known as the Fires Center of Excellence.

Webster University and the U.S. Department of Defense have worked together for nearly 40 years to provide high-quality and cost-effective graduate programs at military installations and other locations around the country.

These graduating class members join a network of distinguished alumni that includes more than 200 active duty and retired generals and admirals, including several at the Pentagon and Joint Chiefs of Staff and thousands of active and retired military personnel.

All told, more than 172,000 Webster alumni form an elite global network of accomplished and connected citizens.

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