Southeast commencement held


More than 600 credentials awarded

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Courtesy of SKCTC Jacob Craiger shakes the hand of Southeast Board of Directors Vice-Chair Dr. Roger Noe as he receives his Associate of Applied Science degree.


It is all smiles for these students on graduation day.


Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College held their commencement ceremony on May 5 at Harlan County High School.

This year, the college awarded more than 600 degrees and credentials to nearly 500 students. This year’s class included nine high school seniors from the Early College Program at Middlesboro Independent and seven students who completed the Southeast Honors Program.

SKCTC Interim President Dr. Dennis Michaelis said that graduation was the best day of the year for any college.

“Today is a day of celebration for not only our graduates, but also their families and friends who supported them along this journey,” said Dr. Dennis Michaelis, Interim President of SKCTC. “Today is your day and we are proud of each of you.”

Courtesy of SKCTC Jacob Craiger shakes the hand of Southeast Board of Directors Vice-Chair Dr. Roger Noe as he receives his Associate of Applied Science degree.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_College-Grad-New-web.jpgCourtesy of SKCTC Jacob Craiger shakes the hand of Southeast Board of Directors Vice-Chair Dr. Roger Noe as he receives his Associate of Applied Science degree.

It is all smiles for these students on graduation day.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/web1_Grads-All-Smiles-New-web.jpgIt is all smiles for these students on graduation day.
More than 600 credentials awarded

Special to the Enterprise

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