The Technical College of the Lowcountry honored 18 associate degree in nursing graduates at its December 15 pinning ceremony.
“We are so proud of these graduates for their perseverance and commitment to nursing excellence,” interim program director DeAnne Johnson said. “The TCL nursing program in particular is rigorous but produces extremely qualified and successful graduates, giving them the confidence they need to walk proudly into the nursing field.”
In the last five years, more than 200 students have completed TCL’s associate degree in nursing program. TCL’s two-year ADN program prepares graduates to practice as registered nurses. Students experience on-campus learning using high-tech simulation equipment and receive intense additional hands-on practice at clinical sites located throughout Beaufort, Jasper, Hampton and Colleton counties.
The graduates are:
Keri Barnwell; Bryan County, Georgia
Emma Lee Bennett; Beaufort County
Marcia Carlson; Beaufort County
Brinn Cornell; Beaufort County
Serina Forte; Beaufort County
Sierra Garvin Foy; Chatham County, Georgia
Kristina Geddes; Beaufort County
Ashley Jones; Beaufort County
Kimberly Joyner; Charleston County
Aubrey Pinckney; Beaufort County
Jennifer Quesada; Beaufort County
Rachel Rankin; Beaufort County
Natasha Rollins; Beaufort County
Samanta Sewell; Beaufort County
Tonia Shafer; Beaufort County
Shaylin Tims; Beaufort County
Aubree Woodard; Beaufort County
Dierra Roberson Young; Beaufort County
For more information about the TCL health sciences programs, please visit www.tcl.edu/health or call 843.525.8267.
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.