NELSONVILLE — Hocking College welcomed over 300 new students into the ranks of alumni on May 7.
This ceremony covered students from all five Hocking College Schools: the School of Arts, Business & Science, the School of Natural Resources, the School of Nursing & Allied Health, the School of Public Safety Services, and the School of Workforce Development. It was hosted by Hocking College’s president, Dr. Betty Young, alongside the college’s Vice Presidents, Deans, and Board of Trustees.
Colonel Moorman, the Commander of the 178th Medical Group of the Ohio Air National Guard, in Springfield, was the keynote speaker.
The following students won awards from the college:
Jeff Aime - Scholar-Athlete Award
Madeline Linscott - Student Employment Award
Kathryn Kozel - Richard Elston Leadership Award
Audra Cunningham - Inspirational Award
Colson Barnett - Environmental Award
Kipp Harlow - Veteran of the Year Award
Nadia Policoff - Hocking College Trustee Award
Jess Aime, Colson Barnett, Kylee Cessna, Jazmin Cruz, Savannah Henderson, Zoi Jackson, Madeline Linscott, Matthew Majkszak, Lauren Parrish, & Nadia Policoff - President’s List Award
For more information on Hocking College, visit www.hocking.edu.
This article originally appeared on Lancaster Eagle-Gazette: Hocking College celebrates graduation of more than 300