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OCTC announces Ohio County Summer, Fall 2021 graduates

In Community, Education, Local by OC Monitor Staff

OWENSBORO, Ky. — Owensboro Community & Technical College held an in-person alternative walk-through commencement ceremony to honor graduates from the summer ’21 and fall ’21 semesters Dec. 16, 2021. OCTC awarded 1,142 credentials to 389 students, including 770 certificates, 69 diplomas and 303 associate degrees.

Owensboro Community & Technical College Honors Graduates are denoted with a single asterisk as a *Graduate with Distinction, earning at least 45 credit hours for a degree or 30 credit hours for a diploma at a KCTCS college, earning a GPA of 3.4-3.59 on all work attempted; A double asterisk indicates a **Graduate with High Distinction, earning at least 45 credit hours for a degree or 30 credit hours for a diploma at a KCTCS college, earning a GPA of 3.6 or higher on all work attempted.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded the following students Associate in Arts degrees: Makayla Fay Bratcher, Brittany Michelle Bullock, Daniella Maria Bustos, Maddison Lee Clubbs, Kaileesha Hayes, Dalton Desales Hoskins*, Elliott Danny Kessinger, Brittany Micheal Landrum, Victoria Grace Moore, Katie Mae Murphy**, Jennifer Michele Schroader and Mary Ann Stewart.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded the following student an Associate in Fine Arts degree – Visual Art: Felice Michelle Finch and Katie Mae Murphy**.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded Associate in Science degrees to the following students: Brittany Michelle Bullock, Aaliyah Michelle Calloway, Keely Clubbs, Brooklyn Paige Goff, Elisa Ann Hardesty, Kayleen R. Harpole*, Andrew Stephen Jackson, Brady Joe Morphew, Emily Raymer, Laney Grace Risinger, Gabrialle Desiere Simpson and Jacob Lucian Underwood*.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Air Conditioning Technology program: Dalton Wayne Porter and Joel Dylan Sumner.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Business Administration program: Tristen Armstrong**, Catelyn Cheyenne Fancher, Kaileesha Hayes, Jessica Lindsey and Jacob Lucian Underwood*.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Computer & Information Technologies program: Jackson Chevy Dockery, Jacob Duane Duncan, Carl Logan Fields*, Matt Horn, Matthew James Murphy and Thomas Edward Toppins.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Computerized Manufacturing & Machining program: Dominic Stephon Berkley, Christopher Mario Cherolis*, Joseph Matthew Hale, Raelynn Jones and Justin L. Ralph.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Diesel Technology program: Kristopher Stephen Easterling and John Christopher Smith.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Electrical Technology program: Kyle Beatty, Edward Smith Casteel**, Christopher Mario Cherolis*, Colton Todd Holland and Tyler Michael Neukam**.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Engineering and Electronics Technology program: Teddy Glenn Fulton*.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the General Occupational Technical Studies program: Tyler Jacob Taylor.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Industrial Maintenance Technology program: Kyle Beatty, Christopher Mario Cherolis* and Jacob Duane Duncan.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Phlebotomy/Healthcare Worker program: Andrea Kay Bartlett.

Owensboro Community & Technical College awarded credentials to the following students in the Welding Technology program: Dominic Stephon Berkley, Christopher Mario Cherolis, Joseph Matthew Hale, Raelynn Jones and Justin L. Ralph.

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