SCC Celebrates Fall Graduates

As Sampson Community College prepares to close for the holiday season, it must first pause to honor its Fall Graduates. These students have completed their programs of study and earned their associate degrees. Now, several are preparing for next steps, which include continued education at four-year universities or neighboring community colleges, and employment in our community and beyond.

Like their Spring counterparts, the Sampson Community College Fall Class of 2020 has faced the uncertainty of a global pandemic, navigated fully online coursework, and will now venture into their futures, wherever that may be. Congratulations to our fall graduates! We wish you luck and success!

Agribusiness Technology

Logan Carr – HONORS

Applied Animal Science Technology

Jose Antonio Balderas-Mendoza, Jr.

Brooke J. Pittman

Ossiel Salgado-Baza

Associate in Arts

Robert E. Brown

N’kyia H. Dumpson

Cristiana Carolina Flores Vanegas – HONORS

Noah R. Haney

Lorin Elise Hawks

Taliyah Lakyra Johnson

Ciara A. Kaleher

Tiffany Price

Chandler Scott Ray

Serenity Paige Richardson

Angela R. Ruggles – HONORS

Taylor Lee Tew

Emmanuel James Albert Williamson

Associate in General Education

Tiffani Cogburn

Arianna M. Corbett

Associate in Science

Noelia Inez Fugon

Sabrina Rae Newkirk – HIGH HONORS

Business Administration

Kayla Brooke Baker

Tawanda Hargrove

Kathy Isaula

Stephanie Michelle Phillips

Building Construction Technology

Salvador A. Martinez – HONORS

Community Spanish Interpreter

David Alexander Ramirez-Salvador


Zatasia Latisse Crumpler

Jacqueline J. Davidson – HONORS

Claudia E. Yanes

Early Childhood Education

Pia-Iabra’ Anders

Alison B. Beasley

Ruth Fabiola Hernandez

Human Services Technology

Desiree’ S. Howard

Information Technology

Brandon McNeil

Robert Matthew Corbett

Kenneth L. McElveen – HONORS

Medical Office Administration

Niya K. Leach

Office Administration

Rachel Adams Overton

Jessica Ann Copeland – HONORS

Katherine G. Goode

Paula Aleise Joyner

Jocelyn Torres – HONORS

School Age Education

Skylar D. Bradley

About Sampson Community College: Sampson Community College is a member of the North Carolina Community College System, located in Clinton, NC in Sampson County. The college offers many programs to include two-year degrees, college transfer, continuing education and workforce development options, and early college education.