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Columbia State Community College last week announced the spring 2019 graduates.

In total, 490 students graduated from Columbia State May 4, with 344 degree and certificate candidates recognized during the fall commencement ceremony.

Following are the graduates from Nolensville:

Deborah Balcarce of Nolensville graduated Summa Cum Laude with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Admin Professional Technology.

Isabel Ciampa of Nolensville graduated Summa Cum Laude with an Associate of Science degree in Teaching Elementary Education K-5.

Kayla Edmondson of Nolensville graduated with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology .

Alicia Kleiner of Nolensville graduated with a Certificate in Accelerated Advanced EMT .

Joshua Lawrence of Nolensville graduated with an Associate of Science degree in Tennessee Transfer Pathway Speech Communication.

Andrew Murphy of Nolensville graduated Magna Cum Laude with an Associate of Science degree in Tennessee Transfer Pathway Business Administration.

Nicolas Saldarriaga of Nolensville graduated with an Associate of Science degree in University Parallel .

Shaw Thomas of Nolensville graduated with a Certificate in Emergency Medical Technician .

Aaron White of Nolensville graduated with an Associate of Science degree in University Parallel .

Columbia State Community College is a two-year college serving a nine-county area in southern Middle Tennessee with five campuses, including Columbia, Williamson, Lawrence, Lewisburg and Clifton. Columbia State was established in 1966 as Tennessee’s first community college.

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