Loretta I Moye

2021 Graduate Profile

  • Michele DeVeau

    Dear Loretta!
    Congratulations! You did it! I am so happy for you !
    I wish you all of the best in the future , as well as,
    love and Peace to you always!
    Your friend,
    Michele DeVeau

Graduate Guest Book

Loretta I Moye
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, A.S.

Current Residence :

New London


Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, A.S.

Year of Graduation:


I am the first in my family to earn a college degree.


I wanted to earn my degree because:

I wanted to earn my degree because it was something that I started long ago. Going back to school was a reoccurring dream, literally. After my inability to finish college due to life changes, I would dream that I was back in school every so often. In 2017 I was out of work with ample time on my hands, and I went for it. I wanted to broaden my horizon in the medical field to do more than just CNA because it is my passion.

While earning my degree, my greatest supporters were:

The first supporter for me was Professor Janet Hagen, English 101, and the English tutor Karylee. Betti Gladue in the BBG class caused me to put the pedal to the metal because she was tough. Betty Williams, Math 095, and the math tutors help to soften the blow after the demanding professors. The people in the Welcome Center who were there before I knew my way around BlackBoard. Finally, the library I work at as a work-study, and I got first-hand experience and helped with whatever I needed.

I’d like to give a shout out to:

The president and dean of the school help the school to run in the ordinance. I want to give Pamela Williams, Laura Vasselle, Michele Deveau, Kumar Akash from the Library. Kenneth Briggs is a very informative and helpful person from Financial Aid and all at the Welcome Center.

What I like best about my degree program and what it means to me is:

The wide range of knowledge that I received from the program put me in a better position in my career. Furthermore, learning about medication contributes to my health. I genuinely appreciate the agenda for the many ways that it has enhanced my life. The way it is set up, it is impossible to fail if you study and use the resources the program provides.

What I enjoyed most about my experience at Three Rivers Community College was:

I enjoyed the on-campus experience of interacting with others, doing fun activities, the massages — the inspiration from professors, instructors, and students. I thank my heavenly father that I got the campus experience before COVID hit.

Clubs, volunteer work, organizations that I participated in while at Three Rivers included:

Work-study at the Library

I plan to use my degree to:

To do more in the medical field than just CNA.

Now that I have completed college, I’m most looking forward to:

Taking a long break

What I’ll miss most about Three Rivers is:

The campus experience and all the challenges