Georgetown College To Hold Memorial Service For Recent Grad
Erica Hagan, 22, was reportedly found unresponsive Saturday in her apartment in Chile.
Authorities said she had suffered severe head wounds.
According to Chilean prosecutors, her death was being investigated as a homicide.
Hagan was in South America to teach English.
She had just received degrees in both Psychology and Spanish from Georgetown College.
The school said it was offering counseling and support to students.
Associate Director of Admissions Jeremiah Tudor knew Hagan well and said, "I’ll probably remember her more as this ball of energy, this light, she’s the type of person that is always smiling, and always interactive. And always the type of person who loves sharing her faith and loves sharing her story and experiences here at Georgetown."
The school said that its plans for a memorial service to honor Hagan were still being finalized.