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Married pair of extended campus students receive criminal justice award

A husband and wife pair of students from Lees-McRae College’s Western Piedmont Community College extended campus site were awarded the Criminal Justice Award in May for their excellent academic success.

Danny and Lisa Hall of Morganton, N.C. completed their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) from Western Piedmont Community College before transferring to Lees-McRae College’s extended campus criminal justice program based out of the Foothills Higher Education Center in the fall of 2013. After two years of hard work in the program, Danny and Lisa were both awarded the Criminal Justice Award, an honor given to graduating seniors who have worked hard throughout their tenure at Lees-McRae, enjoyed much academic success, had a positive and self-starting disposition, and remained balanced in regards to their personal and professional lives.

Danny and Lisa both graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) in criminal justice on May 9, 2015 on the main campus of Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C.


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Fabienne Dellinger
Compliance and Recruitment
Coordinator of Nursing,

Mayland Community College Liaison
828.898.8791
dellingerf@lmc.edu

Ava Yamouti
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2128 S. Sterling Street
Morganton, NC 28655
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Bo Bennett, PhD
Vice President of Extended Campus and Online Learning
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