Seven SCVTS seniors earn associate degrees from SCC

Seven SCVTS seniors earn associate degrees from SCC

Seven high school seniors earned associate degrees from Salem Community College in May before graduating from Salem County Vocational-Technical School (SCVTS).  

The graduates are:

Devyn Grasso of Salem – Associate in Science with high honors in Biology/Chemistry; transferring to Harrisburg University of Science and Technology for Integrative Sciences.

Serenity Hanusa of Pennsville – Associate in Science in Biology/Chemistry; transferring to Stockton University for Biology.

Savannah Parker of Pedricktown – Associate in Science with high honors in Biology/Chemistry; transferring to Worcester Polytechnic Institute for Aerospace Engineering.

Nicole Paulus of Pittsgrove - Associate in Science with high honors in Biology/Chemistry; transferring to Rutgers University – New Brunswick for Animal Science.

Emily Plummer of Pennsville - Associate in Science with honors in Biology/Chemistry; transferring to State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry for Wildlife Science.

Brenna Samuels of Salem – Associate in Arts in honors in Liberal Arts; transferring to Stockton University for Health Science.

Brooke Samuels of Salem - Associate in Arts in Liberal Arts; transferring to Stockton University for Health Science.

 

The seven SCC graduates will receive their diplomas from SCVTS on June 19. Grasso, Hanusa, Parker, and Brenna and Brooke Samuels will graduate from the Academy of Medical Sciences; Paulus and Plummer will graduate from the Academy of Agricultural Sciences.  

Since 2001, 24 other SCVTS seniors have graduated from SCC, most recently in 2017.   

SCC thanks Bonnie Baker of SCVTS for contributing to this article.   

 

CAPTION: From left, Brenna Samuels, Serenity Hanusa, Brooke Samuels, Emily Plummer, Savannah Parker, Devyn Grasso, and Nicole Paulus earned associate degrees from Salem Community College a month before receiving their diplomas from Salem County Vocational-Technical School.  Photo by Joe Sharp/All is Sharp Photography