SCC honors outstanding grads, marshals


Outstanding graduates for SCC’s 2017 commencement, from left, were: Tilford Jerome Mcneal Jr., Eileen M. Lopez Jackson, Payton O’Quinn, Hailey Dawn Stewart, Alondra Lizet Santiago-Mejia, Cindy Tinoco, Madison Elizabeth Smith, Kayla S. Shatley, Christie Ann Giddens, Donna Milor Buelna and Daniel Zavala. Outstanding Graduates are chosen by department chairs and must meet criteria including scholastic excellence (minimum major GPA 3.0), leadership ability and potential for future achievement and participation in civic and professional activities.


Dan Grubb|SCC

Marshals who served at the 2017 Sampson Community College commencement, from left, were: Mary Myers, Caitlin Royal, Anna Campos, Daisey Taylor and Jonathan Hernandez. Marshals are chosen by division chairs and must meet certain criteria, which includes having the highest GPA in their area, being currently enrolled in the degree program and having completed at least two semesters of the program curriculum.


Dan Grubb|SCC

Outstanding graduates for SCC’s 2017 commencement, from left, were: Tilford Jerome Mcneal Jr., Eileen M. Lopez Jackson, Payton O’Quinn, Hailey Dawn Stewart, Alondra Lizet Santiago-Mejia, Cindy Tinoco, Madison Elizabeth Smith, Kayla S. Shatley, Christie Ann Giddens, Donna Milor Buelna and Daniel Zavala. Outstanding Graduates are chosen by department chairs and must meet criteria including scholastic excellence (minimum major GPA 3.0), leadership ability and potential for future achievement and participation in civic and professional activities.

Marshals who served at the 2017 Sampson Community College commencement, from left, were: Mary Myers, Caitlin Royal, Anna Campos, Daisey Taylor and Jonathan Hernandez. Marshals are chosen by division chairs and must meet certain criteria, which includes having the highest GPA in their area, being currently enrolled in the degree program and having completed at least two semesters of the program curriculum.

Outstanding graduates for SCC’s 2017 commencement, from left, were: Tilford Jerome Mcneal Jr., Eileen M. Lopez Jackson, Payton O’Quinn, Hailey Dawn Stewart, Alondra Lizet Santiago-Mejia, Cindy Tinoco, Madison Elizabeth Smith, Kayla S. Shatley, Christie Ann Giddens, Donna Milor Buelna and Daniel Zavala. Outstanding Graduates are chosen by department chairs and must meet criteria including scholastic excellence (minimum major GPA 3.0), leadership ability and potential for future achievement and participation in civic and professional activities.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_grad.jpgOutstanding graduates for SCC’s 2017 commencement, from left, were: Tilford Jerome Mcneal Jr., Eileen M. Lopez Jackson, Payton O’Quinn, Hailey Dawn Stewart, Alondra Lizet Santiago-Mejia, Cindy Tinoco, Madison Elizabeth Smith, Kayla S. Shatley, Christie Ann Giddens, Donna Milor Buelna and Daniel Zavala. Outstanding Graduates are chosen by department chairs and must meet criteria including scholastic excellence (minimum major GPA 3.0), leadership ability and potential for future achievement and participation in civic and professional activities. Dan Grubb|SCC

Marshals who served at the 2017 Sampson Community College commencement, from left, were: Mary Myers, Caitlin Royal, Anna Campos, Daisey Taylor and Jonathan Hernandez. Marshals are chosen by division chairs and must meet certain criteria, which includes having the highest GPA in their area, being currently enrolled in the degree program and having completed at least two semesters of the program curriculum.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_SCC-marshals-1.jpgMarshals who served at the 2017 Sampson Community College commencement, from left, were: Mary Myers, Caitlin Royal, Anna Campos, Daisey Taylor and Jonathan Hernandez. Marshals are chosen by division chairs and must meet certain criteria, which includes having the highest GPA in their area, being currently enrolled in the degree program and having completed at least two semesters of the program curriculum. Dan Grubb|SCC
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