Southern State Community College’s practical nursing class was honored during a special recognition ceremony held recently on the college’s central campus in Hillsboro. Thirty-eight students were recognized for completion of the college’s one-year certificate program.
The Aug. 11 graduates include: from Adams County, Jennifer Baldwin of Winchester, Geneva Chamblin of Manchester, Tonya Evans of Peebles, Heather Green of West Union, Jacinda Lee of West Union, Priscilla Meiers of Seaman, Adam Piatt of West Union, Trisha Rogers of West Union; from Brown County, Amber Baker of Williamsburg, Lori Boling of Sardinia, Hannah Dotson of Sardinia, Laurie Gardner of Sardinia, Chelsie Gray of Hamersville, Hannah Gray of Sardinia, Nathanial Henderson of Mt. Orab, Candace Hubbard of Mt. Orab, Kristy Madden of Mt. Orab, Beth McKenzie of Georgetown, Kaleb Peace of Williamsburg, Kayla Rais of Mt. Orab, Angela Thompson of Blanchester, Sarah Williamson of Fayetteville, Amberly Yates of Russellville; from Clermont County, Sarah Coon of Williamsburg, Kelly Terry of Bethel, Amber Webb of Cincinnati; from Clinton County, Arminda Banks of Reesville, Lauren Freeman of Wilmington, Sandra Panetta of Midland, Lindsay Rose of Wilmington, Ashleigh Shigley of Wilmington, Courtney Whited of New Vienna; from Fayette County, Haley Cox of Washington C.H., Nicole Stuckey of Washington C.H.; from Highland County, Ashley Barnes of Hillsboro, Tyler Parsons of Sardinia, Sarah White of Hillsboro; and from Warren County, Elizabeth Crandell of Morrow.
The practical nursing program at Southern State is a certificate program combining lecture classes, lab practice and clinical experience designed to prepare the graduate to be eligible to complete the licensure examination to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. Students have the option of completing the first-year Practical Nursing Program and, at that point, can choose to stay and complete the second-year Associate Degree Program, or to test for licensure and begin work as an LPN.
To learn more about Southern State Community College’s nursing programs, visit www.sscc.edu/academics/degree_programs.htm, or call Administrative Assistant Sue Leach at 1-800-628-7722, ext. 2640.
Submitted by Kris Cross, SSCC director of public relations.
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