Kathy Brackett

COLLEGE RESOURCES LEAD TO SUCCESS FOR KATHY BRACKETT

A web development major, Kathy Brackett, dedicates her successful attainment of her degree to the continuing guidance from the almighty, the loving support of her dedicated family and the endless resources she was availed to at LCCC.
 
She completed her degree in two years because of the college’s constant commitment to its students’ success, she said. Brackett lives in New London.

The top-notch library and study rooms available in the Bass Library, which she used at her convenience, along with her classmates made it easy to complete projects. Group study sessions helped her gain a better understanding of the subject and helped her develop close friendships with her peers.

Brackett, a graduate of Proviso West High School in Illinois, said “I want to gain industry experience by working for web development and marketing companies and eventually designing websites on my own.”

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