Kaitlin McCoy Selected as Student Speaker for MUH Recognition Ceremony

Like many Regional Campus students, it’s been a long, hard road for Kaitlin McCoy in her pursuit of a college degree.

She will share her experience as the student speaker for the CPSAS Divisional Recognition Ceremony at Miami Hamilton on May 17.

A 2005 graduate of Badin High School, the Hamilton resident went to Ohio University right out of college as a special education major, but after two and a half years transferred to Miami University so she could work and be closer to home.

Then family issues got in the way. After the birth of her daughter Khloe, now almost five years old, she took another two and a half years off to be a mother before enrolling on the Hamilton Campus to study Health Information Technology.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE about Kaitlin’s experience on the Hamilton Campus and a preview of her speech….

CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT the keynote speaker for the ceremony, Robert Dulli, a Hamilton Campus alumnus and retired deputy director of the National Geographic Education Foundation…..

CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT Hamilton Campus alumnus Mark Mignery talk about his involvement in the ceremony…

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