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Folsom Lake College students ready to graduate

The community is invited to Folsom Lake College’s seventh annual commencement ceremony Wednesday, May 18, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Folsom campus, 10 College Parkway.

“Folsom Lake College is incredibly proud of all its graduates and we look forward to celebrating their accomplishments with the community,” said Folsom Lake College President Dr. Thelma Scott-Skillman. “We can’t wait to send the class of 2011 into the future with a big celebration.”

The Folsom Lake College class of 2011 features 458 total graduates earning 648 degrees and 212 total certificates.

Of the 2011 graduates, 69 percent earned honors or highest honors recognition. Female students make up 68 percent of the graduating class. Other highlights include:

  • Eight valedictorians
  • 71 percent of graduates have indicated they are transferring on to a university/college
  • The most popular degrees were Interdisciplinary Studies, general education-transfer, and general science; the most popular certificates were in Early Childhood Education and general education-transfer.

For a map with directions to Folsom Lake College flc.losrios.edu, click first on “Maps” and then “Main Folsom campus.”

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