Le Royan graduates from Finger Lakes CC and earns the Margaret M. Brady Award
Kylynn Arthur, of Le Roy, receives the Margaret M. Brady Award from Alyce Kenney, instructor of Nursing, at the Finger Lakes Community College Nursing Advancement Ceremony in May.
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Five awards were given at the Finger Lakes Community College Nursing Advancement Ceremony in May. One recipient is from Genesee County.
Nursing graduate Kylynn Arthur, of Le Roy, received the Margaret M. Brady Award for scholarship, leadership and clinical excellence.
A total of 63 students graduated from the FLCC nursing program, which prepares students for the registered nursing licensure exam.
For information about the nursing degree and related two-year programs, such as health care studies, therapeutic massage, and nutrition and dietetics, contact the FLCC One Stop Center at (585) 785-1000.
Finger Lakes Community College (www.flcc.edu) is a State University of New York two-year higher education institution. FLCC’s 250-acre park-like campus is located in the heart of the Finger Lakes in Canandaigua.
The College offers 55 degree and certificate programs, including environmental conservation, ornamental horticulture, music recording technology, nursing, communications, graphic design and viticulture and wine technology. FLCC’s current enrollment is 6,356 full- and part-time students.