CTN wants to congratulate all Ascender graduates. We admire their perseverance and resiliency. We believe in them and want them to know that their Ascender familia will always be there for them. We hope they will join the CTN Alumni Association, so we can continue to share in their successes.

Close to 70 Ascender students graduated from CTN colleges across the state. A total of 10 students graduated from STC.  Three were from Starr campus: Samantha Lopez with an Associate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies; Raymundo Chapa and Anahi Bazan, both with an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice. Seven graduated from Pecan campus: Jesus Adame with an Associate’s degree in Graphic Arts; Shakira Ramos with a degree in Kinesiology; Kayla Moreno with a degree in Psychology; Gabriela Longoria with a degree in Criminal Justice; Ajyssa Del Villar, Miriam Lopez, and Israel Guerra with degrees in Education. PAC had at least 14 graduates including Jillian Ochoa, Hector Flores, Jenny Lujano, Meena Herrera, Samantha Rivas, Christian Fox, Caliese Lopez, Kristin Center, Angelica Rodarte, Francesca Guevara Vera, and Ethan Hernandez. ACC had one graduate who was Leonel Ordaz from the 2019-2020 cohort who will be transferring to Texas State. SAC had almost 50 graduates from cohorts 2021 and 2022. (read more about SAC’s grads -pg. 6)

Also, STC alumni, Adolfo Pecina, graduated with a BA in Spanish with two minors, Mexican-American studies and Political Science from Texas A&M University-Kingsville on May 13th.

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