Eastern Florida State College Celebrates Spring Graduates

Eastern Florida State College held its spring graduation ceremonies, celebrating the achievements of approximately 800 students. Notable graduates included brothers with perfect grades and a mother-son duo who both earned Associate in Arts degrees.

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Eastern Florida State College Celebrates Spring Graduates

Eastern Florida State College Celebrates Spring Graduates

Eastern Florida State College held its spring graduation ceremonies on Thursday at the King Center for the Performing Arts on the Melbourne campus. The event celebrated the educational and life milestones of approximately 800 students who participated in the ceremonies.

Among the notable graduates were brothers Caleb and Ethan Pucylowski, who achieved perfect grades throughout their academic journey at Eastern Florida State College. Their exceptional performance earned them full scholarships to the prestigiousDuke University, where they will continue their education.

The graduation ceremonies also highlighted the accomplishments of mother-son duo Kylie Bowen and Connor, who both earned their Associate in Arts (A.A.) degrees from Eastern Florida State College. Their shared achievement made the occasion even more special for the family.

The success stories of the Pucylowski brothers and the Bowen family underscore the dedication and hard work of Eastern Florida State College's students. The college takes pride in providing quality education and support to help students reach theiracademic goalsand prepare for their future endeavors.

Eastern Florida State College, established in 1960, serves the Space Coast region of Florida, offering a wide range of associate and bachelor's degree programs. The college has four campuses located in Cocoa, Melbourne, Palm Bay, and Titusville, providing accessible education to students throughout the area.

The spring graduation ceremonies at Eastern Florida State College marked a significant milestone for theclass of 2024. As the graduates celebrated their achievements, they looked forward to the next chapter in their lives, whether it be pursuing further education or entering the workforce. The college community congratulates all the graduates and wishes them success in their future endeavors.