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Taylor Montoucet is an Outstanding Graduate Finalist for the College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions. She is a nursing major with a 3.41 GPA.

Montoucet was part of a research team of faculty members and students that studied the effects of integrating different types of simulation activities and the impact on nursing education.

Her more than 1,200 hours of community service includes 640 hours at Lafayette Surgical Specialty Hospital, Ochsner Lafayette General Medical Center, Our Lady of Lourdes Women’s and Children’s Hospital, and Vermilion Behavioral Health Systems.

Montoucet, who minored in piano performance-music, assisted with piano master classes. She was a lead staff member for the office of Orientation’s Soul Camp, and studied in Florence, Italy.

Montoucet plans to work as a critical care nurse following graduation. Her eventual goals are to earn master’s and doctorate degrees in nursing to become an advanced practice registered nurse.

Her parents are Kristie Montoucet and Travis Guidry of Lafayette.