Carroll Community College
Commencement 2010,
No. 48


MACC Executive Director Delivers Commencement Address

President’s Column

Alumni Profiles: John Stolarski

Students Receive President's Academic Excellence Awards

Loretta Grieves Delivers Student Commencement Address

Employees Generously Support Annual Campaign

Most 2010 Graduates Plan to Transfer within Next Year



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.

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