TCL honors 29 health care graduates

Published on August 8, 2023

Nearly 30 new health care workers are getting ready to head into medical and health facilities across the Lowcountry and beyond, thanks to the Technical College of the Lowcountry.

TCL recently honored 29 graduates from its massage therapy, nursing and radiologic technology programs at its summer pinning ceremonies held at the Beaufort Mather Campus.

“We are so proud of these graduates for their dedication to the health sciences as well as their commitment to excellence,” Health Sciences Dean Dr. Joey Swearingen said. “Our programs are rigorous and produce extremely qualified and successful graduates, giving them confidence to walk proudly into the field.”

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. In fact, upon successful completion of their licensing exams, most students go right to work here in the Lowcountry.

The Associate Degree in Nursing graduates are:

Jill Compton

Kelsey Cubbedge

Lindsey Fine

Ashley Holt

Sharri Hurst

Jillian Teeter

Shaina Thibault

Jordyn Trull

The Practical Nursing graduates are:

Kahla Fry

Abimbola Osuolale

Gabriella Smith

Briannah Stokes

The Massage Therapy Certificate graduates are:

Kianna Britton

Natalie Clark

Ni’Asia Grant

Cymone Jenkins

Claudia Lopez Morales

Kate Mock

Kaylin Norris

Adrienne Osborn

The Radiologic Technology graduates are:

Haley Budzynski

Micahla Fetters

Joshua Goodpaster

Adrian Kennett

Ana Massa

Erica Orr

Sarah Silvas

Chasmere Washington

Sheree White


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