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Ohio County students, graduates of OCTC’s Spring 2021 honored

In Education, Local, News by OC Monitor Staff

OWENSBORO, Ky. — Owensboro Community & Technical College honored the 466 graduates, receiving 1,149 credentials, at the conclusion of the spring semester.

Credential highlights for the semester were 416 associate degrees, 671 certificates, 62 diplomas, including 86 total students in the Early College program attending OCTC as full-time college students graduating with associate degrees. Also included in that number of those in the Early College program, for the first year, are three students in the Merge program, high school students graduating with a high school diploma and with an associate degree using a combination of dual credit from OCTC and another college/university and/or AP credit.

Below is a list of those Ohio County students who graduated after the Spring 2021 semester.

Owensboro Community & Technical College Honors Graduates are denoted with a single asterisk as a *Graduate with Distinction, earning a GPA of 3.4-3.59 on all work attempted; or a double asterisk as a **Graduate with High Distinction, earning a GPA of 3.6 or higher on all work attempted.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded the following students Associate in Arts degrees: Silas Clay Baird, Kenneth Kyler Baize, Sarah Casey, Casi Alexandra Fairchild, Taylor Naue**, Mary Josephine Payne, and Tess E. Russell*

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Administrative Office Technology program:
Jolene Jane Marie Calloway, Autumn Hall, Melanie Leeanne Manasco, and Stefanie L. Morris

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded Associate in Science degrees to the following students: Brittany Michelle Bullock, Rita Chinn*, Alexandria Culbertson, Tara Beth Embry, Tonya Renee Goodall, Jessica Marie Hill, Haylee Jo Grace Jones, Victoria Rose Jones, Kimberly Love Lake, Kayla Renee Likens, Allie Jordan Manning, Levi Patterson, Jennifer Torres, Ellenna Francis Wiles, and Loren Sage Williamson*

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Business Administration program: Catherine Margaret Hunt**

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Computer and Information Technology program:
Matthew James Murphy and Ellenna Francis Wiles

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Computerized Manufacturing & Machining program: Kegan Lee Embry

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Electrical Technology program: Kegan Lee Embry**

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Industrial Maintenance Technology program: Kegan Lee Embry**

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education:

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Medicaid Nurse Aide program: Aryonna Dichelle Moore, Jennifer Torres, and Loren Sage Williamson

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Medical Information Technology program:
Sarah Casey, Melanie Leeanne Manasco, and Jessie Ann Wright

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Phlebotomy for the Health Care Worker program:
Roxane Payton

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Radiography program: Jacquelyn Danielle Motes* and
Samantha Kate Robbins*

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Welding program: Emmalee Morgan Chinn**, Brandon Lowell Elms, Kegan Lee Embry, Robert Tyler Stone, and Jermey Westerfield

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded degrees to the following students through the Early College program from Ohio County High School.

Associate in Arts – Tess E. Russell*

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