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Excellence at CNCC

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Tucker Zimmerman, left, receives the Automotive Programs CNCC Outstanding Scholar award from Program Director Dale Updike.
CNCC/Courtesy photo

Colorado Northwestern Community College recognized more than 120 students on Thursday during the college’s annual honors ceremony. This was the first time since 2019 the ceremony honoring outstanding students and programs across the college has been held in person.

According to CNCC, more than 120 students were recognized Thursday for their excellence in the classroom and leadership in the college and community.

The college also has scheduled its commencement ceremony for May 7 with the spring semester wrapping up next week and summer classes and fall classes right around the corner. On May 7, the college will award 196 degrees and certificates.

There was a good turnout as family and friends came out to support students receiving awards at CNCC’s 2022 Student Honors Ceremony. It was the first time the college had been able to hold the ceremony in person since the start of the pandemic.
CNCC/Courtesy photo

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