Shelby Cumpton recognized at LCU Honors Convocation

Louisiana Christian University (LCU) held its 62nd Annual Honors Convocation Tuesday, recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of students in academics and athletics. Included as an honoree was Shelby Cumpton of Quitman, who was awarded the prestigious Donies & Novie Magee Scholarship Award. 

This award is presented to an outstanding senior who demonstrates good moral character and scholastic excellence and who shows promise of future scholarly achievement. 

Cumpton, who has also been named as a C.S. Lewis Honors recipient, will graduate in May, 2023, with a degree in history and a minor in political science. As a freshman, Cumpton was named the Louisiana Champion Novice Debater and recently led the LCU Debate team to the collegiate national championship competition. 

“Recognizing students who have excelled academically in the collegiate environment has long been a tradition at Louisiana Christian University,” said Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Cheryl Clark. “School deans, departmental chairs, program directors, and faculty members work diligently to identify exceptional students. Students recognized at Honors Convocation represent LCU’s brightest scholars who have excelled in and outside the classroom.

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