Aug. 29, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Students graduating from Wharton County Junior College’s Radiologic Technology program include, front row, left to right, Ellen Everitt of Richmond, Amie Cisneros of Rosenberg, Elena Perez of Eagle Lake, Edna Gonzalez of Rosenberg, Brittany Perez of Victoria, Astrid Flores Serrano of Rosenberg and Adriana Garza of Rosenberg. Pictured back row, left to right, are Eric Cano of Rosenberg, Tabitha Head of El Campo, Morgan Zwahr of Richmond, Michelle Etzler of Hallettsville, Ashton Pavlu of Garwood, Brittan Hallum of Bay City and Mikaela Di Santo of Wadsworth.
WHARTON, TEXAS – Fourteen students recently graduated from the Wharton County Junior College Radiologic Technology program.
- Colorado County – Elena Perez of Eagle Lake and Ashton Pavlu of Garwood
- Fort Bend County – Ellen Everitt of Richmond, Amie Cisneros of Rosenberg, Edna Gonzalez of Rosenberg, Astrid Flores Serrano of Rosenberg, Adriana Garza of Rosenberg, Eric Cano of Rosenberg and Morgan Zwahr of Richmond
- Lavaca County – Michelle Etzler of Hallettsville
- Matagorda County – Brittan Hallum of Bay City and Mikaela Di Santo of Wadsworth
- Victoria County – Brittany Perez of Victoria
- Wharton County – Tabitha Head of El Campo
The Radiologic Technology program is a two-year associate of applied science degree program designed to prepare students for employment as healthcare professionals capable of administering various diagnostic imaging technologies.
For more information, visit www.wcjc.edu