Mid Michigan Community College held two commencement ceremonies on May 4 to honor this year’s graduates. In total, 568 students were eligible to receive degrees, and more than 175 graduates attended the ceremonies.
MMCC Board Trustee Richard Allen spoke at the first commencement for non-health career graduates, expressing admiration at the care taken in selecting MMCC as their college of choice. Allen also mentioned a number of successful MMCC alumni in his address.
Donna Rapp, Senior Vice-President and Secretary of MidMichigan Health, spoke to the health career graduates during the second ceremony. Her message conveyed a number of illustrations and tips about achieving true success in the course of one’s personal and professional life.
“We’re confident that our students leave MMCC prepared to meaningfully contribute to our communities and workforce,” said Matt Miller, MMCC’s VP of Student and Community Relations. “We’re very proud of these graduates and their accomplishments.”