Fayetteville Technical Community College celebrated its Class of 2021 in an in-person commencement ceremony on the Fayetteville campus on May 14 and a virtual ceremony that premiered on the College’s website on May 15.
More than 600 graduates attended the in-person commencement exercises held simultaneously under open-air tents in three locations on campus. All 1,970 graduates were included in the virtual ceremony.
FTCC’s 2021 graduates earned a total 3,926 associate degrees, diplomas and certificates from 280 curriculum programs in Allied Health Technologies, Arts and Humanities, Business, Computer & Information Technology, Engineering and Applied Technology, Math and Sciences, Nursing, and Public Service.
In addition, 76 students graduated from the College’s Adult High School program and 43 students graduated from the High School Equivalency program.
The keynote speakers at this year’s ceremonies included the Hon. Robert Wilkie, former Secretary of Veterans Affairs; Dr. Mark Sorrells, FTCC’s Senior Vice President of Academic and Student Services; and Dr. Murtis Worth, the College’s Dean of Nursing. Wilkie, a native of Fayetteville, was also the keynote speaker for the College’s virtual graduation ceremony.
FTCC’s in-person commencement ceremonies may be viewed at these links:
- Tent A – Business and Public Service programs
- Tent B – Arts & Sciences, Engineering & Applied Technology, and Math & Sciences
- Tent C – Allied Health Technologies, Computer & Information Technology, Continuing Education, and Nursing
A slideshow selection of photos from the in-person ceremonies is posted on the home page of the College’s website.
FTCC’s virtual commencement ceremony may be viewed at this link.