FINDLAY — The University of Findlay recently welcomed new undergraduate and graduate students to campus for fall 2018. New students began their studies at UF on August 21.
Local students include:
• Andrea Allenbaugh, of Maplewood, is pursuing a degree in psychology. Allenbaugh is a graduate of Jackson Center High School.
• Regan DeMotte, of Sidney, is pursuing a degree in animal science. Demotte is a graduate of Upper Valley Career Center.
• Alicia Garrett, of Sidney, is pursuing a degree in equestrian studies. Garrett is a graduate of Sidney High School.
• Abigail Holthaus, of Fort Loramie, is pursuing a degree in health science/pre-physical therapy. Holthaus is a graduate of Fort Loramie High School.
• Scott Mann, of Jackson Center, is pursuing a doctor of education degree.
• Maxwell Prenger, of Minster, is pursuing a degree in business management. Prenger is a graduate of Minster High School.
• Joshua Steinbrunner, of Versailles, is pursuing a degree in accounting. Steinbrunner is a graduate of Versailles High School.
• Aarron Swiger, of Sidney, is pursuing a degree in animal science. Swiger is a graduate of Fairlawn High School.
• Nathan Tinnerman-Topp, of Botkins, is pursuing a degree in middle childhood education. Tinnerman-Topp is a graduate of New Knoxville High School.
• Maya Watercutter, of Minster, is pursuing a degree in biology. Watercutter is a graduate of Minster High School.
• Hallie Whitten, of New Bremen, is pursuing a degree in criminal justice. Whitten is a graduate of New Bremen High School.