News Release

BYU Pathway Hybrid Graduation in Cambodia

BYU Pathway Worldwide recognized seven students who recently graduated in Cambodia. These students have successfully completed three semesters of BYU PathwayConnect. This entitles them to graduate and matriculate as students of BYU-Idaho Online.

The graduation ceremony was held at Zion International School of Phnom Penh, January 2, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

Elder Randall Jensen, a senior missionary in the Cambodia Phnom Penh Mission, presided, while President Sam from the Phnom Penh South Stake conducted. The distinguished graduates were; Devona Jackson, Lim Sovatramuny, Ly Kimhour, Phon Phanny, Rahul Riasat, Sokhon Phallamanika, and Taing Lengsreng. Bolinda Sok and Oroum Chaoboran assisted as translators for the occasion.


Pathway is a worldwide opportunity for people to receive an education, improve their professional skills and qualify for careers of their choice. There are over 50,000 students currently enrolled in BYU Pathway Worldwide.

This ceremony marks the second formal graduation ceremony to be held in Cambodia since the Pathway program began in 2018. The future holds many more opportunities for Cambodians as the program becomes well known and success stories are shared.

Congratulations to the graduating students and all who are currently enrolled in BYU Pathway in Cambodia!

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