PADUCAH, KENTUCKY (June 2) – West Kentucky Community and Technical College recognized and celebrated the Class of 2022 during commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 7.
Denise Gordon of Dresden was among the more than 800 WKCTC students who were eligible to receive associate degrees, diplomas, or certificates during Spring 2022. In addition to the candidates for graduation, more than 50 students received nursing pins during the ceremony. Gordon completed the classwork for an Associate in Applied Science in the Health Science Technology Program.
Featured speaker Dr. Chrystal Dilworth Henderson was thrilled to be in Paducah speaking to more than 175 candidates for graduation during WKCTC’s Spring Commencement recently at the Carson Center for Performing Arts.
“Today is, for each and every one of you, a beginning. Today is the first day of the rest of your life,” said Henderson, a Heath High School and Paducah Community College graduate. “You should capitalize on the momentum you have built and use it to your advantage to take your success to the next level.”
“You had a goal and vision when you enrolled at West Kentucky (Community and Technical College,” Henderson told the graduates. “You’ve achieved the first step and have now set yourself onto a path for bigger, better and greater things.”
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