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12 Nash students graduate from Wilson Community College

Posted on June 9, 2021

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Wilson Community College President Tim Wright shakes hands with graduate Jordan Patrick Warren during commencement on May 21.

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Wilson Community College President Tim Wright shakes hands with graduate Jordan Patrick Warren during commencement on May 21.

WILSON — The dozen Nash County students listed below graduated on May 21 from a Wilson Community College curriculum program.

Graduates qualified for high honors with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 to 3.9 and highest honors with a cumulative GPA of 4.0.

SPRING HOPE

• Tiera Laverne Ausby, Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing.

BAILEY

• Kiley Carolyn Branch, Associate of Arts degree in college transfer.

MIDDLESEX

• Hailey Jo Morgan, Associate of Applied Science degree in accounting and finance with high honors; Associate in Applied Science in business administration with high honors.

NASHVILLE

• Crystal Henderson Aldazaba, Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing.

• Valerie Suzanne Wood, Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing.

SHARPSBURG

• Amber Shané Barnes, Associate of Applied Science degree in medical office administration - patient service representative.

ROCKY MOUNT

• Latoya Renee Greene, Associate of Applied Science degree in early childhood education - non-teaching licensure.

• Krista Jones, Associate of Arts degree in college transfer with high honors.

• Various Anthony Jones, Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration.

• Kirsten Joi Little, Associate of Arts degree in college transfer.

• Judy H. Ricks, Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing.

• Chelsea Nicole Weeks, Associate of Applied Science degree in accounting and finance.

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