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Board of Visitors receive SWU updates, tour Jericho Project

Board of Visitors receive SWU updates, tour Jericho Project

    03.22.19 | Community Board of Visitors Contagious generosity

    Members of the Southern Wesleyan University Board of Visitors toured the Jericho Project construction site March 20 and received an update from Greg Gant, project manager, J. Davis Construction. Pictured from left is Mike Jones; Gant; Scott Drury, Southern Wesleyan’s vice president for advancement; Toni Jones; and Al Cumbie.

    Southern Wesleyan University Board of Visitors members, from left: (front row) Ron Brank; Jean Bonham; Ann Yelton; Tony Payne, SWU associate vice president for development; (second row) Scott Drury, SWU vice president for advancement; Levon Stack; Earline Stack; Sara Ballentine; Pat Collins; Toni Jones; Mike Jones; Bobby Ballentine (third row) Joy Bryant, SWU executive director for alumni and constituent relations; Derrick Lemons; Dr. Stan Rampey; Al Cumbie, Chris Dill; and Carroll Hutcheson.

     The Southern Wesleyan University Board of Visitors met March 20 and received updates on SWU projects, hearing from SWU President, Dr. Todd Voss, VP of Advancement Scott Drury and Rev. Joy Bryant, executive director of alumni and constituent relations.

    Board of Visitors members also heard from academic deans, broke out into strategic focus groups and toured the Jericho Project's construction site at the Central campus.

    Southern Wesleyan’s Board of Visitors is a group of successful men and women, including university alumni and friends, who are committed to the growth and development of Southern Wesleyan and its mission.  

    For details about the Board of Visitors, contact Tony Payne, associate vice president for development, at (864) 644-5014 or email .

    Southern Wesleyan University is a Christ-centered, student-focused, faith-filled community that offers inventive learning experiences. The university endeavors to prepare its students to be dedicated scholars and servant-leaders who impact the world for Christ. At the same time, it’s Southern Wesleyan’s desire to practice contagious generosity within the surrounding community. For details about degree programs, go online to

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