TCL honors associate degree nursing graduates
The Technical College of the Lowcountry recognized 11 associate degree nursing (ADN) graduates during its December 9 pinning ceremony at the Beaufort Mather Campus.
During the ceremony, graduates received their pins and lamps, a nod to Florence Nightingale who carried a lamp to light her path as she cared for the sick and dying soldiers during the Crimean War.
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. Visit www.tcl.edu/nursing to learn more about the program.
The graduates are:
- Brooks Baldwin
- Kimberly Beamon
- Dionne Campbell
- Ashley Chandler
- Jaleesa McQueen
- Ana Erika Mendoza
- Bailey Moore
- Elliana Ramirez
- Rhonda Richey
- Chelsea Selner
- Amy Smith
The Technical College of the Lowcountry is the region’s primary provider of higher education and workforce training. The public, two-year community college serves approximately 5,000 students annually. TCL has campuses in Beaufort, Bluffton and Hampton and serves Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper Counties. Its newest campus, the Culinary Institute of the South, opened in November 2021 in Bluffton’s Buckwalter Place. For more information visit www.tcl.edu.
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