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Student Profile: Clarissa Martinez

clarissa-martinezFor the past two years, respiratory care major Clarissa Martínez has been commuting close to 100 miles a day from Raymondville to Brownsville to attend Texas Southmost College, and is a semester away from completing her degree.

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LVN pinning ceremony marks completion of students’ efforts

LVN Pinning Ceremony OathModels of perseverance and determination, 20 Texas Southmost College Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) graduates dressed in white were honored with the nursing pin on Dec. 14 at the TSC Arts Center during the Fall 2015 pinning ceremony.

Fall 2015 graduates receive special distinction

Fall 2015 CommencementThe recent Fall 2015 graduating class of Texas Southmost College received more than their diplomas and certificates when they walked across the stage of the Jacob Brown Memorial Auditorium on Dec. 12, 2015. The College's third fall commencement ceremony held special significance because it was the first graduating class in 23 years to receive a diploma from the separately accredited TSC.

TSC, regional partners awarded grant for STEM initiative

TSC LogoTexas is projected to have the second-highest percentage of the nation's future STEM job opportunities. However, an increasing number of disadvantaged minority students with less than a 10 percent post-secondary completion rate poses a challenge to educators around the state.

Spring 2016 GEM awards highlight teamwork and motivation
Spring 2016 GEM award recipients with Dr Tercero Texas Southmost College President Dr. Lily F. Tercero and the Spring 2016 GEM Award recipients during the Convocation Luncheon at the Jacob Brown Memorial Auditorium.

Texas Southmost College President Dr. Lily F. Tercero presented the Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards on Jan. 11 at the 2016 Spring Convocation faculty and staff luncheon.

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