STC Dual Enrollment Students Sign to Play College Softball

December 12, 2022
Southeastern Technical College had two Dual Enrollment students from Tattnall County High School sign with NCAA Division II colleges to play softball.
Alex Bruce signed with the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega, Georgia to continue her softball career as a Nighthawk and pursue an education in biology and pre-med.
Kaylee Odum signed with Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina to continue her softball career as a Flying Fleet and pursue an education in veterinary medicine.
We spoke to the two about their Dual Enrollment experiences with STC and the importance it has in their college timeline.
“Using Dual Enrollment with Southeastern Technical College has been incredibly beneficial for me. I have gotten a jump-start in college and I have completed most of my core classes. By the end of this 2022-2023 school year, I will be one course shy of completing my freshman year of college. Thanks to STC, I am ahead in school and I have learned so much from the help of my instructors,” said Alex Bruce.
Kaylee Odum shared, “I have had many great opportunities and experiences because of being a dually enrolled student at Southeastern Technical College. I am currently a senior in high school and because of the opportunities STC has given me, I will begin Erskine as a sophomore. Through STC, I have gained 30 credit hours for college and a lifetime of knowledge. I could not be more grateful for that.
Pictured: Dual Enrollment students Alex Bruce and Kaylee Odum with Jennifer Johnson, STC’s Student Affairs Technician for High School Initiatives