Northeast Alabama Community College is pleased to announce that nine students who attended Huntingdon College on its campus have graduated with bachelor’s degrees. These nine students completed their degrees in the Huntingdon Evening Bachelor’s Degree Program at Northeast.
"We at Northeast are happy to see these students succeed," stated NACC President Dr. David Campbell. "Northeast has a great partnership with Huntingdon through this program. Students can attend Northeast, then transfer to the Huntingdon Center and obtain their bachelor's degree while never leaving our campus. It's a great opportunity for residents of our area."
The following NACC graduates have finished their degree requirements recently and have graduated from Huntingdon College:
Sandy Little, Rainsville, Criminal Justice;
Sandra Charlene Gothart, Woodville, Business Management/Health Management;
Randall Harold Haynes, Section, Business Management;
Kristin Danielle Land, Rainsville, Business Management;
Victoria Ann Leputa, Fort Payne, Business Management;
Mason Light, Scottsboro, Business Management;
Virginia Elizabeth Spillman, Fort Payne, Business Management;
Zachary Wilson Stewart, Stevenson, Business Management;
Dylan Cole Thornberry, Section, Business Management.
“After working with our Northeast students for three years, it is rewarding to see so many walk across the graduation stage, diploma in hand,” said Dr. Bennett (Chip) Tucker, Site Coordinator for the Evening Bachelor’s Degree Program at Northeast. “The constant that has remained evident throughout my time at Northeast is the preparation these former Northeast students bring to our Huntingdon College classes. I continue to hear compliments from our faculty, including those who drive from Montgomery and other community college campuses. These instructors speak of the exceptional attitude and character of the students as well as the ‘beautiful campus’ and helping attitude of all they meet on campus. I look forward to perpetual success for our Evening Bachelor’s Degree Program at Northeast.“
President Campbell added, "Huntington College and their campus director, Bennett Tucker, do a great job with this program.”
Huntingdon College at Northeast offers a friendly environment for working students--classes are one night per week for five weeks. The program is designed with working students in mind. The site offers on-site instructors. Students receive live, on-site classroom instruction at NACC. The tuition is affordable. Pell Grants and loans are available through Huntingdon College.
Huntingdon College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Huntingdon College is ranked by the Princeton Review as one of the best liberal arts colleges in the Southeast and is also ranked as a "Best Value" by the Princeton Review. The College is listed on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Huntingdon College was founded in 1854 and is located in Montgomery, Alabama.
For more information about Huntingdon College, contact Dr. Bennett (Chip) Tucker, Site Coordinator for the Evening Bachelor’s Degree Program on the Northeast Alabama Community College campus. Huntingdon’s Northeast office is in Room 103 of the W.M. Beck Health and Fine Arts Building. To arrange advising appointments or to learn more about the program, call 334-328-6774 or email email@example.com.
For more information about NACC, go to www.nacc.edu or download the college’s free App from the Apple App store or Google Play Store.