Students who recently completed Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute's Speech Language Pathology Assistant program  achieved a 100-percent passage rate on the North Carolina Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Exam.

Among those students is Lauren Northrup of Sugar Grove.

Northrup and her classmates are all are now eligible to work in North Carolina as SLP-Assistants.


 Pictured are, front row, left to right: Amity Dyer of Troy, N.C., Lauren Northrup of Sugar Grove, Crystal Hinson of Hudson, Fallyn Kinman of Cherryville, Lauren Merrill of Charlotte and Elizabeth Nichols of Charlotte. Back row, left to right: Traci Haltom of Hudson, Emily Murphy of Cornelius, Chassie Stone of Granite Falls, Te’Ara Bouldin of Reidsville, Katherine Tevepaugh of Moravian Falls, Brooke Speer of Clemmons, Holly Hanley (SLPA Director), Jessica Raby (SLPA Clinical Coordinator), Jennifer Cox of Mount Pleasant, Arlie Jarrett of Denver, N.C., Bridget Bailey of Mooresville, Taylor Tadlock of Iron Station and Madison Grant of Hickory.