OFTC Radiologic Technology Students Pinned During Inaugural Ceremony

Dublin, Ga., (OFTC) – Ten students graduating from Oconee Fall Line Technical College’s (OFTC) Radiologic Technology program were honored with a pinning ceremony held on the Dublin Campus, Tuesday, April 23.  

These students are the first to participate in a pinning ceremony held in honor of Radiologic Technology graduates in the College’s 12-year history. 

Pinning ceremonies for allied health students hold significance as a rite of passage, symbolizing achievement, professionalism, and the transition to the next phase of their careers. They provide a meaningful and memorable experience which helps shape the identity and values of these future healthcare professionals. 

“We are extremely proud of these graduates and of the effort and dedication it took each of them to get here,” said Eliot Lee, OFTC’s Radiologic Technology instructor. “We look forward to watching their continued success and wish them the best in their next chapter.”  

Dr. Saketha Adams, OFTC’s Vice President for Student Affairs, served as keynote speaker and encouraged the graduates as they prepare to enter a new season of life and service. 

Upon completion of the 2-year program, students can sit for national exams to become registered professionals in their field. 

Participating graduates were Melissa Alday, Macon; Kaleb Cannon, East Dublin; Billie Jean Conklin, Dublin; Cyndal Harrell, Dublin; Sam Jones, Sandersville; Sharon Lake, Mitchell; Alexandria McLendon, East Dublin; Laura Simmons, Eastman; Lee Stewart, Dudley; Kaylee Wilson, Swainsboro. 

To learn more about OFTC’s Radiologic Technology program, visit the College’s website, OFTC.edu. 


OFTC is a Unit of the Technical College System of Georgia.