Ribbon cutting ceremony features scholarship winners

THIBODAUX – Faculty, staff, students and alumni of Nicholls State University celebrated the opening of the new campus residence halls with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 2, at Scholars Hall – followed by a tour.

Pictured from left are Alex Barnes, president of the Student Government Association; Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert, university president; Rafael Figueroa, president of Collegiate Development Services; Eugene Gouaux, Jr., chairman of the NSU Facilities Corporation; and Dr. Eugene Dial, vice president for student affairs and enrollment services.


As part of the official opening of the new residence halls on Thursday, Oct. 2, at Nicholls State University, $1,000 in scholarships were given to one student from each of the new residence halls on campus. Pictured from left are scholarship winners James Lee Burrell, a dietetics sophomore from Franklin, living in Residence Hall B; Long Nguyen, a management freshman from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, living in Residence Hall C; and Ashlee Patrice Nickerson, a culinary arts freshman from Pearland, Texas, living in Scholars Hall.


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