Pennsylvania Highlands Community College will be holding its Commencement Ceremony for their Twenty-Second Graduating Class on Saturday, May 6th, in the Pennsylvania Highlands Community College Richland Campus Auditorium. The Ceremony will begin at 10:00am.
Student Senate President Sadie Carney, of Johnstown, will be giving this year’s commencement address. Ms. Carney will obtain her degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences (A.A.) during the ceremony. She has also been very active during her time at Pennsylvania Highlands as both a College Student Trustee and the Student Senate President.
Sadie Carney will share her story to over 200 graduates who are planning to be in attendance. Also addressing the graduates will be College President Dr. Walter Asonevich, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees John Skelley, Cambria County President Commissioner Thomas Chernisky, and Faculty Senate President Dr. Kevin Slonka.
In addition to awarding associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates at the ceremony, Pennsylvania Highlands Community College will also present the Distinguished Graduate Award, which honors a student who has contributed his or her time and effort to Pennsylvania Highlands and the community while maintaining a high level of academic performance.
For those unable to attend the event, Pennsylvania Highlands Community College will be streaming the event live via the College’s official Facebook account. Direct access to the College’s Facebook page is available by using the following link:
Please join us in congratulating our Twenty-Second Graduating Class!