Honor graduates Selena Valdizon of Walhalla, left, and Ryan Lee of Easley, both associate in science majors, were among the 302 who received degrees, diplomas and certificates at Tri-County Technical College’s summer graduation. Both are transferring to Clemson University where Valdizon will pursue a bachelor of science in nursing and Lee will study chemistry. Valdizon served as Tri-County’s Student Government Association president.


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Honor graduates Selena Valdizon of Walhalla, left, and Ryan Lee of Easley, both associate in science majors, were among the 302 who received degrees, diplomas and certificates at Tri-County Technical College’s summer graduation. Both are transferring to Clemson University where Valdizon will pursue a bachelor of science in nursing and Lee will study chemistry. Valdizon served as Tri-County’s Student Government Association president.

Honor graduates Selena Valdizon of Walhalla, left, and Ryan Lee of Easley, both associate in science majors, were among the 302 who received degrees, diplomas and certificates at Tri-County Technical College’s summer graduation. Both are transferring to Clemson University where Valdizon will pursue a bachelor of science in nursing and Lee will study chemistry. Valdizon served as Tri-County’s Student Government Association president.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_tctchonorgrads.jpgHonor graduates Selena Valdizon of Walhalla, left, and Ryan Lee of Easley, both associate in science majors, were among the 302 who received degrees, diplomas and certificates at Tri-County Technical College’s summer graduation. Both are transferring to Clemson University where Valdizon will pursue a bachelor of science in nursing and Lee will study chemistry. Valdizon served as Tri-County’s Student Government Association president. Courtesy photo
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