Nursing pinning ceremony to be held Dec. 8
Pensacola State College will hold nursing pinnings and fall commencement on Thursday, Dec. 8, and Sunday, Dec. 11, respectively.
Summer and Fall Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, Associate of Science degree in Nursing and Career Certificate in Practical Nursing graduates will be pinned during a 3 p.m. Thursday ceremony at First Pentecostal Church, 6485 Pensacola Blvd., Pensacola.
Justin Serrano, chief operating officer of Santa Rosa Medical Center, will be the guest speaker. Twenty bachelor’s and 69 associate degree as well as the 21 career certificate graduates are scheduled to be recognized at the program.
The fall commencement ceremony is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday in the Pensacola Bay Center.
Susan N. Story, retired chief executive officer and chief financial officer of American Water Works Inc., will deliver the address. Story also previously served as CEO of the Southern Company Services and Gulf Power Company.
Kathy Dutremble, retired dean of PSC Student Services, will be the Grand Marshal. Michael Payne, assistant professor of business, and Kenneth Phillips, the Performing Arts department head, will serve as Faculty Marshals. Jennifer Hill Faron, dean of the Milton campus, and Karen McCabe, principal of PSC Charter Academy, will be the Student Marshals.
For family and friends who cannot attend, the events will be livestreamed at:
- Nursing Pinning ─ http://www.facebook.com/FirstPentecostalChurch, and
- PSC Graduation ─ https://www.facebook.com/PensacolaStateCollege.
For more information on the events, call Sheila Nichols, the College’s executive director of marketing, at 850-484-1428.