A total of 103 degrees and certificates were awarded to graduates at the fall commencement for Northwest State Community College on Monday. Dr. Larry McDougle, former president of the campus was the keynote speaker.
Students represented the following programs: Allied Health, Business and Public Services, Arts and Sciences, Industrial Technology, Nursing and the STEM program. And the average GPA of graduating students was 3.22.
The student speaker was Daniel Stuckey of Montpelier, graduating from college at the age of 56. One of his messages was ‘never say you can’t do something until you have tried your very best to achieve it’.