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TCL honors 50 Health Sciences Graduates

May 11, 2018

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The Technical College of the Lowcountry honored 40 Associate Degree in Nursing graduates and 10 Physical Therapist Assistant Associate Degree graduates at its May 10 pinning ceremonies.

“We are so proud of these graduates for their perseverance and commitment to excellence,” health sciences dean Dr. Glenn Levicki said. “TCL’s health sciences programs are rigorous but produce extremely qualified and successful graduates, giving them the confidence they need 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. Many students go right to work in the Lowcountry.


The Physical Therapist Assistant graduates are:

Megan Cieplowski

Hennie Cummings

Catherine Daley

Anna Fisher

Amanda Goralczyk

Mitchell Nestler

Eunice Thornton

Dominique Westman-Barth

Shantia White

Katherine Workman


The Associate Degree in Nursing graduates are:

Danielle Adams

Christina Battle

Tynia Bennett

Taylor Briggs

Ashley Brown

Twyanette Brown-Hamilton

Elizabeth Carlton

Bonnie Carpenter Liipfert

Aida Carrillo

Amber Compton-Carr

Shelby Craven

Hannah Darrell

Charita Downing

Kelsey Feeney

Mary Frame

Samantha Gay

Shawna Gerard

Jennifer Gomez

Chloe Googe

Andrea Harris

Michael Justice

Ashley Lambert

Georgia Lavender

Lindsey Lewis

Elizabeth McAlhaney

Cheri McCandless

Veronica Montoya de Pineda

Lupe Moreno

Tania Moreno

Rebecca Moss

Clarissa Sharp

April Singleton

Taniqua Singleton

Sara Smiley

Erika Smith

McKayla Snell

Jessica Soares

Leslie Thomson

Nicole Underwood

Marquita White




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