Kathryn Deitz, instructor of psychology and sociology at the CNCC Craig campus, enjoys the graduation ceremony May 11. The entire faculty and staff of both campuses joined together to encourage graduates.
Morgan Carrico, a senior at Moffat County High School, after receiving her Associate of Science degree with the CNCC class of 2013 on May 11 during the school’s graduation ceremony in Rangely.
Zoe Sowers, President of the CNCC Craig Student Government, addresses the graduates during the 50th commencement ceremony of Colorado Northwestern Community College. Zoe also sang an original song — called “It IS Time” — during the event, which took place at the CNCC campus in Rangely and celebrated the graduation of 80 students, 45 from the Craig campus and 35 from Rangely.
David May, Director of the automotive tech program at CNCC, poses with two of his students, Adrian Hernandez and Aaron Shaffer, after the school’s graduation ceremony May 11 in Rangely.
Moffat County Board of Control President Jim Laughran addresses the crowd of nearly 500 in the Colorado Room of the Weiss Student Center on CNCC’s Rangely campus May 11 during the school’s commencement ceremony.
Jessica Gorley, of Craig, received her Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees at CNCCs graduation ceremony. Gorely was one of 45 students from the Craig campus to graduate May 11.