The Clark State Community College – Springfield Regional School of Nursing will hold pinning ceremonies for 97 graduating nurses who have completed their programs of study.
The pinning ceremony for the Practical Nursing students will be held at 6 p.m., Thursday, May 9; 22 Practical Nursing students will be conferred at this ceremony. The pinning ceremony for Registered Nursing students will be held at 6 p.m., Friday, May 10; 75 Registered Nursing students will be conferred at this ceremony. Both ceremonies will be held at the Clark State Performing Arts Center in downtown Springfield.
“The pinning ceremony provides us with the opportunity to welcome our Spring 2019 graduates to the nursing profession, and we are very pleased to recognize this graduating class,” said Gwen Stevenson, interim dean of health, human and public services for Clark State. “They have worked incredibly hard to arrive at this milestone, and we honor them as they move from the role of student nurse to professional nurse. They are well-prepared to enter the nursing profession and provide care to those in our community and beyond.”
The Registered Nursing program can be completed at Clark State’s Springfield and Beavercreek locations. The Practical Nursing program can be completed at Clark State’s Springfield campus as well as at the Bellefontaine location at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. Both nursing programs have daytime and evening/weekend enrollment options.
2019 Practical Nursing Graduates
Wright Patterson Air Force Base
Spring 2019 Registered Nursing Graduates
Liberata Kokuberwa Rutashongerwa
Washington Court House