EMCC graduates 500 students
East Mississippi Community College held spring 2022 commencement ceremonies Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, at the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.
Two commencement ceremonies took place in the Lyceum Auditorium on the Golden Triangle campus May 6, with a 10 a.m. ceremony for students graduating from academic programs and a 2 p.m. ceremony for those who completed career technical programs. The Scooba ceremony included graduates from both academic and career technical programs and took place May 7 in the Keyes T. Currie Coliseum.
About 500 students participated in the graduation ceremonies.
EMCC President Dr. Alsobrooks encouraged the students to chart their futures with confidence knowing they are well prepared for the next phase in their lives. “What I want you to know is that the decision you made to attend EMCC was a good one that will open new doors of opportunity as you go forward,” Alsobrooks said.
Here is a list of the Class of 2022 students who listed Kemper County as their residence: Belinda Bates of Collinsville; Jaliyah Bennamon, Janile Bennamon, Alannah Bozeman, Jeremy Buie, Garron Dickson, Jordan Hancock, Amanda Harris, Kaylah Hearn, Tyra Hopson, Alfred Love, Chloe Matthews, Breanna Odom, Antranika Ruffin, Tremya Rush, Gabriel Sciple, Jovonte Steele, Jasmine White, and Analynn Wright of DeKalb; Jaquandria Adams, Avery Clayton, Kaylan Clayton, Takajya Clayton, Sha'dardenique Darden, Sha'daria Darden, Jamiah Gibbs, Sanchez Lee, Qavion McClendon, and Adrain Moore of Porterville; Thermon Johnson, River Keaton, Tatum Luke, Adriana McGraw, Kelvin Parks, and Kamri Tate of Preston; and Pretressa Bester, Amber Brown, Quhleahka Ivy, Dawn Jenkins, Deronica Mosley, Labreesha Powe, Garrett Thomas, Matthew Watt, and Michael Wood of Scooba.