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38 receive Nursing pins

May 21, 2021

Thirty-eight students finished either the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing (ADN) or the Licensed Practical Nurse to Associate Degree Nursing (LPN to ADN) program this month. Pinning ceremonies for the two groups were held on campus on Thursday, May 13.

Associate Degree Nursing

Associate Degree Nursing pinning ceremony

The Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing program at Rockingham Community College held a pinning ceremony for 22 students on May 13. The students who were pinned are Summer Gould, Lauren Hopkins (not pictured), and Reece Thompson of Eden; Maci Brame of Stoneville; Jamie Doman, Amanda Ore, and Madison Shropshire of Reidsville; Kaytlin Raines of Madison; Christopher Marks and Ashley Robinson of Stokesdale; Alfred Dillard and Heather Goins of Gibsonville; Candice Applewhite, Tara Baker-Dalton, Tiondra Barnes, Haley Brame (not pictured), Jessica Eller, Enemi Igoni, Sakara Moye, Denisa Purvis of Greensboro; Marcetia Hayes of Whitsett (not pictured); and Ashleigh Adams of Elon College. Hopkins will receive her Associate in Applied Science in Nursing degree in July. The others received their degrees during RCC’s commencement exercises on May 14. All of these students are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN).

LPN to Associate Degree Nursing

LPN to ADN students

The Licensed Practical Nurse to Associate Degree Nursing program at Rockingham Community College held a pinning ceremony for 16 students on May 13. Most of the students also received their Associate in Applied Science in Nursing degree during RCC’s commencement exercises on May 14. The students who were pinned are Maggie Reeder of Stoneville; Emilee Gantt of Ruffin; Angel Ray of Reidsville; Leigh Denny of Eden (not pictured); Angela Knight of Stokesdale; Olubunmi Adenkunle, Gaye McLaurin, Grace Oguama, Tiffany Shelton (not pictured), and Angelica Smith (not pictured) of Greensboro; Aiman Al Ozeri of Winston Salem; Crystal Flores of Jamestown; Kimberly Jackson of High Point; Erica Okafor of Browns Summit; Brittany Owens of Sanford; Mary Watkins of Mebane. Knight, Shelton and Smith should receive their degrees in July. All of these students are eligible to apply to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX-RN).

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