TCL inducts 24 members into honor society

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The Technical College of the Lowcountry recently inducted 24 members into its Alpha Lambda Beta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, which emphasizes scholarship, leadership and service.

Phi Theta Kappa is a nationally recognized honor society for community college students. To be considered for full membership, a student must be enrolled in an associate degree program, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 with at least 12 semester hours credit in degree level courses, be of good moral character, and possess recognized qualities of citizenship.

 

Inductees include:

  • Julia Allan- Education- Beaufort
  • Sarah Asbrey – Nursing- Okatie
  • Kendra Barnes- Education- Hardeeville
  • Sandra Bayne – Paralegal- Lady’s Island
  • Stephanie Brumley – Paralegal-Bluffton
  • Sherry Campbell – Accounting- Beaufort
  • Lisa Cramer – Nursing- Bluffton
  • Fabiola Eads- Nursing- Beaufort
  • Brett Freed- Education- Beaufort
  • Michael Friedman- Computer Science- Baltimore
  • Raymond Hamilton- Criminal Justice- Yemassee
  • Robert Hummel- Health Related Professional- Beaufort
  • Renee’ Langston- Paralegal- Beaufort
  • Ramona Moncibais- Biological Sciences- Beaufort
  • Tina Ormanian- Nursing- Port Royal
  • Stewart Richardson- Criminal Justice- Parris Island
  • Denise Rivers- Business- Yemassee
  • Ashley Saullo- Education- Beaufort
  • Tomika Saunders- Medical Technology- Beaufort
  • Jovonn Sumter- Computer Science- Hilton Head Island
  • Tammy Therrien- Health Related Professional- Beaufort
  • Keleigh Ulbrich- Art- Savannah
  • Nicole Viskovich- Nursing- Bluffton
  • Jennifer Wainscott- Business- Beaufort

 

 


 

The Technical College of the Lowcountry is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all qualified applicants for admissions or employment without regard to race, gender, national origin, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, disability, or political affiliation or belief.