Two students from Libby and four from Troy earned degrees from the University of Montana, the school announced Wednesday. Students and their degrees are:
Makayla Cichosz-King: bachelor of arts in English and in women’s, gender and sexuality studies
Genesea Meha: bachelor of arts in social work
Steven Burk: associate of arts in general studies
Alan Carmignani: associate of applied science in respiratory care
Anthony Edge: certificate of completion in computer aided design
Tisee Lewis: master of education in educational leadership
Cichosz-King and Meha are expected to complete their degree requirements and graduate with high honors by achieving at least a 3.7 GPA, a news release states.
“Official awarding of a degree and any official graduation with honors or graduation with high honors designation is not made until degree candidates have completed their final term of enrollment and have met all specific requirements,” the news release states.