NMC graduates at the Saipan World Resort pose for a photo. (NMC)
NMC graduates Victoria Matsunaga and Maia Pangelinan pose with NMC chief financial officer Dave Attao. (NMC)
NMC interim president Frankie Eliptico poses with NMC graduates before the commencement exercise began. (NMC)
NMC interim vice president Charlotte Cepeda, along with NMC faculty, make their way toward the commencement exercise held at Crowne Plaza, one of the sites used for the ceremony. (NMC)
Gov. Ralph DLG Torres and first lady Diann Torres pose with NMC interim president Frankie Eliptico and the NMC Board of Regents. (NMC)
From left, Lt. Gov. Arnold I. Palacios, Gov. Ralph DLG Torres, and interim president Frankie Eliptico along with the NMC Board of Regents stand for the national anthem. (NMC)
NMC interim president Frankie Eliptico delivered the college commencement address to the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021. (NMC)
NMC graduate Ezekiel Macario, center, is seen with other graduates at the Saipan World Resort, one of three sites used for NMC’s Commencement Exercise. (NMC)
NMC graduate Adelpha Magofna shows the shaka sign during the NMC Commencement Exercise. (NMC)
Criminal Justice graduates at Crowne Plaza. NMC’s commencement exercise also included the conferral of bachelor degrees for University of Guam students who were enrolled in the criminal justice program through a partnership between NMC and UOG. (NMC)
NMC graduate Jeremiah Camacho gives a shaka for the camera. (NMC)
NMC graduates at the Crowne Plaza, one of three sites used for NMC’s Commencement Exercise. (NMC)
Graduate Nate Camacho, center, poses with Zerlyn Taimanao, left, and interim president Frankie Eliptico. (NMC)
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