Most 2010 Graduates Plan
to Transfer within Next Year
A recent survey of graduates from the Class of 2010 indicates that 61 percent plan to transfer to a four-year institution within the next year. Most of those planning to transfer, 81 percent, plan to attend full-time at their transfer school. A third have been admitted to their transfer institution.
Most popular among the intended destinations were Towson (cited by 33 percent), Stevenson (13 percent), and UMBC (11 percent).
Forty-five percent of the graduates who responded to the survey said they planned to be employed full-time after graduation. A total of 492 graduates completed the survey.
Fifty-one pending graduates of the Nursing Program participated in a pinning ceremony in their honor on May 26, 2010 in the theater in the Scott Center. The keynote speaker was Judith Coen, R.N., dean of Business, Mathematics, & Sciences at the college. The student speaker was Cherie Ann Eyler of the class of 2010. Students recited the Florence Nightingale Pledge after the ceremonial lamp lighting.