A semester in Australia proves life-changing for senior Ashley Ligman
Studying abroad wasn’t always part of Ashley Ligman’s college plans. “Applying…was sort of an impulsive decision, but it led to one of the best experiences of my life,” she says. In the spring of 2015, Ashley, a senior from Stevens Point, Wis., spent four months studying in Australia. Initially she wasn’t sure about spending a semester away from campus, but was sold once she discovered that she could still graduate on schedule.
Adam Driscoll, ‘09 graduated with a B.S. degree in Computing and Information Sciences. He has been back on campus numerous times, speaking with current CIS majors about the rapidly-moving field of information technology.
On a beautiful spring afternoon in Madison, Edgewood College marked the official start of construction on a new residence hall on campus with a ceremonial groundbreaking.
If you’re looking for an example of a young person making the most out of life’s opportunities, look no further than Nick Hefty.
For Megan Waltz, getting a master’s degree has been long time in the making. She says, “I talked about getting my MBA for the past fifteen years and finally took the plunge!” Waltz jumped in to the MBA in Health Systems Leadership program at Edgewood College in Spring 2012 and graduated this May, as part of the program’s first-ever graduating class.