When Winona resident Kristen Robertson came to Meridian Community College in August 2018, she was focused and eager to play for the Lady Eagles soccer team. After all, soccer is a sport she loves. She still finds pick-up games when she goes back home.
Forty-one Meridian Community College graduates are chosen as members of the Spring 2020 Circle of Excellence. The students, who studied in both the College's University Transfer and career and technical education programs, are saluted for their academic achievement, leadership, community service and spirit.
As he is playing video games like "Apex Legends" or "Rainbow Six Siege," Meridian Community College sophomore David Zheng desires to become a video game developer.
To say commencement ceremonies for Spring 2020 are different would be a vast understatement. But that doesn't mean that celebrating the academic achievements of Meridian Community College graduates should go unnoticed, and on Monday, May 18, College officials hosted unique graduation events that spotlighted the 500-plus graduates.
Meridian Community College is closely monitoring news and information related to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.