Presenting our National Anthem

Our National Anthem for the 2021 Remington College Virtual Commencement is being Performed by Sarah Campbell, Manager of Quality Assurance for Instructional Technology. We would like to thank Sarah for contributing her talents on this special day for our students.

Opening Remarks

Heather Hensell, Ed.D. – Associate Provost

Dr. Hensell serves as the Associate Provost for Remington College. She taught both online and face-to-face for 12 years prior to joining Remington College in August of 2017. Heather earned her doctorate in higher education leadership from Gwynedd Mercy University and has a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of North Texas, a master’s degree in family studies from Texas Woman’s University, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology from the University of North Texas. When she’s not cheering on the students at Remington College, Heather enjoys reading and instant film photography. She’s currently working on her first creative non-fiction short story and hopes to begin a Master of Fine Arts program in creative non-fiction in 2022.

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Outstanding Staff

Bessie Eason Clay

Bessie has worked with Remington for over 20 years, making her one of our longest tenured employees.  In her own words:

“Helping students to complete their financial aid so they can achieve their career goal is very gratifying. I enjoy when a student graduates and comes back to the Campus and says thank you for all your help. It makes me happy that I am an FA Advisor. I love collaborating with other staff members in the same shared goal towards student success. Outside of Remington, I love and enjoy teaching Sunday School, attending Bible Study and Sunday Services as well as spending time with my family and working in my garden.”

Outstanding Faculty

Benita Daniels

Benita Daniels has worked in the field of Radiography for almost 30 years. She attended and graduated x-ray school in Oklahoma and soon after moved to Dallas. Ms. Daniels started out working as a staff Medical Imaging Technologist but eventually pursued other career opportunities within the field. Benita has experience working in a private doctor’s office, hospitals and imaging centers throughout the DFW metroplex. She furthered her education and acquired a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degree from Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences. Benita also earned an advanced certification in Computed Tomography (CT). In addition to working as a staff technologist, Benita has experience working as an X-Ray Instructor, Clinical Rad Tech Coordinator as well as filling in as the Interim Rad Tech Program Director.

In her own words “Working with students is very gratifying for me. I enjoy sharing my skills with the younger generation and helping them start their career. Outside of teaching and mentoring students and helping them reach their goal, I have another passion. Tennis!!!!! I love the sport and try to play as often as possible. I enjoy spending time with family, traveling and being involved with my church.”

Outstanding Student

Iris Garcia

Iris Garcia was a student that cared about her education and cared about people. She always showed a positive attitude which was just part of her great personality. She was also very good at keeping the lines of communication open with her instructors.

She was chosen because she showed the strength and ability to overcome obstacles that would have made many others look for a way out. She had a personal tragedy with a family member that she was not only able to overcome but gave her the motivation to finish school (with an excellent cGPA). She also passed the CCMA certification test and was hired from her externship. She was a great student, and we are proud to have her as one of our Medical Assisting graduates.

Commencement Speaker

Diana McWilliams – Director of Campus Administration

Diana McWilliams is the Campus Director of Administration for the Dallas Campus. She is what you might call a die-hard alumni. She was a student here at the college back in the late 90’s. When she graduated, she went out into her field of study, to master her skill sets. She returned in 2005, and is now working on her 17th year here with the Remington College family. She has three children who graduated from Remington College, and four grandchildren that she would one day like to see graduate from Remington College as well. Diana truly believes that a positive attitude and energy, with hard work, will result in positive outcomes. Only you have the power to change your life.

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Presentation of Graduates

It is time to recognize the hard work of our graduates and wish them well in their future endeavors.

Healthcare

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Trades

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Business & Technology

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Legal

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Cosmetology

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