We wish we could share the stories of all of the young people who graduate from JCSU.
Here's just a few of the Great Stories from our students.
Correll Kennedy, of Chester, S.C., is a social studies, secondary education major who will be attending Wake Forest Law School on a scholarship in the fall. He was also accepted at UNC-Chapel Hill. His interests lie in corporate law and litigation. He also wants to become an elected official in his lifetime.
Camillya Massunda of Charlotte, is a political science major who received a scholarship to Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University and began classes there the day after graduation. A graduate of Vance High School, Camillya is the first in her immediate family to graduate from a four-year university. Her ultimate career goal is to become an entrepreneur and open a spa for girls.
Horane Hogate, of Jamaica, is a psychology research scholar whose skills, knowledge and competence in research during his undergraduate years have earned him a graduate research fellowship award in the Ph.D. program at Purdue University.
Natasha Fetterson of Charlotte graduated from Metropolitan College with a degree in social work. She finished her degree after attending JCSU initially in 1992, then transferred to Winston-Salem State University.